It’s Wednesday morning and as I sit here to post this link-up it’s 27 degrees in New York City. I usually complain a lot about how much I hate the cold weather but this year I am trying to embrace it because it’s never going to change and I refuse to curl up in the fetal position for the next 3-4 months. Since I am a #thankfulmom, I decided to make a list of the things that I love about the cold. My list turned out to be longer than I expected and I wouldn’t bore you with all of it. Most importantly, I am grateful to be living in New York City because it’s always been my dream to live in this amazing city and I made it happen so cheers to that. I don’t have any plans of leaving anytime soon so I will take the cold since it comes with the city that stole my heart when I was only 8 years old.
On another note, are you ready for thanksgiving? I am not but I want to see all your tips, tricks, DIY’s and ideas. If you have any thanksgiving posts (new or old) share them with us!
Thank you to everyone who linked up with us last week, I enjoyed reading all of your posts and even reading other articles on your blogs. It’s so wonderful to see so many topics that can inspire and help other mothers. Last week, Threewaystobaby opened up our eyes to the challenges of In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and the effect it tends to have on intimate relationships. This is a really eye opening post and if you’re like me and don’t know much about IVF this will be good insight as to what mothers who take this journey to extending and starting their families really experience. You can read the full article here.
As, usual I am looking forward to reading and sharing your posts and to see what you’ve been up to recently!
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Cheers and Stay Warm!