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Tuesday, December 20, 2016

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kerri

I love this! I am also at that in-between stage of having grown up and teenage children, some of them still living at home, some of them off on their own, and anticipating little ones in my life again. It has been many years since I cuddled a baby of my own at Christmastime! What a great reminder for me to cherish and enjoy this moment in time.

Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Becky K

Aww, I love this post more than I can say. It's hard to stay in the now for me at Christmas, too. I remember what last year was like, and my childhood Christmases, and others like you say when my kids were little. But this year I am practicing being in the now, and so your post is another timely reminder to enjoy how sweet things are and have been and hopefully, will be.

You know how my favorite day of the year is December 23. That feeling of anticipation keeps creeping back a day or two as I get older, and I'm feeling it today. If only I could freeze time - I want to enjoy the next 4 days as much as I can.

Love you! And I love the hope in this post. <3

(and I think it's interesting we both reached back into my blog archives to that post, just in different ways. sisters squared forevah!)

CarrieH

Love this so much. Merry, Merry Christmas

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