Tuesday, 21 February 2012

A year

What a difference a year makes.... I can't believe that it's a year since we went and had that scary matching panel. I can't believe that a year ago we were told that we could be boy-o's parents. I can't believe that this time last year we were planning, and tidying and getting ready like mad.

I can't get my head around the fact it's a year. That this time last year we still hadn't met our boy, although the planning was happening. I can't believe that it's only a year. I can't imagine life without him. We are blessed beyond measure with our little man.

When M brought him home from the childminders this afternoon, he ran into the kitchen were I was getting tea; and gave me a huge hug. He smiled and talked through tea. He was only sad that I said no drawing because it was bedtime. I do mostly love my job, but I miss my boy and wish I could be with him more.

In other news - it's ICLW! Welcome if it's your first time here, or you are not a regular reader. I'm nh, I am a mother, a wife, and a science teacher. Last year M and I adopted our son, who will very soon be 3. I live on the outskirts of a Yorkshire city, with countryside 10mins in one direction and city 10minutes in the other.

Feel free to have a look around. I've travelled a difficult path to get to the point where I can call myself a mum. We went through years of infertility and grief before deciding to adopt. Those dark times lurk and linger in spaces in my soul; they aren't forgotten, just put aside in the rush of everyday life.


Anonymous said...

Happy ICLW to you! It is amazing how much has happened in a year. I'm so glad that you are now a mom!

Becky said...

Happy wonderful year!

Miss Monica said...

Happy ICLW to you! My, what a busy year for you! My husband and I are just beginning the adoption process and can't begin to know how our lives will change soon too!

Slynn said...

Hi! Happy ICLW. Just stopping by. Glad to hear things are going well for you.

Katie said...

Happy ICLW! Being a mom is the best thing!! It does not matter how we get there, the little person that was meant to be ours finds a way home. :)

Krissi said...

I would love to share your success story on my blog! Here's the info:
Thanks in advance! Happy ICLW!

Missy said...

What a great anniversary!