It’s a tradition in my family that on Thanksgiving we go around the table and share something we’re thankful for. It can feel awkward or silly, but I think it’s a really important tradition to continue. Even more so now because I want to set the example for our son.
for the past 15 months with my son Andrew. He’s the happiest little guy I know, and his smile and laughter are infectious. I’m so grateful and honored to be his mommy.
for my husband Martin and his love. Through the good times and bad,
I absolutely love where our lives are heading.
for my parents, who love me unconditionally and understood my desire to discover other countries. Thank you for loving me and for letting me go. Being a parent is truly the most difficult job in the world.
for my stepparents. You both are amazing people, and I’m so glad you’re in my life. Thank
you for loving me as your own and for the incredible love you have for your first grand-baby!
for friends, near and far. I couldn’t ask for a better support system or more fun people
to be in our lives. Thank you for picking up where we leave off, despite any distance. #squadgoals
for my extended family. I’m so lucky to have amazing cousins, aunts, uncles,
in-laws all around the world, all doing incredibly cool things!
for our beautiful city, Strasbourg. It’s becoming more and more like home.
for our daycare. I’m amazed at how Andrew has thrived there.
for my yoga practice, for challenging me physically and mentally,
and for keeping me centered.
for the opportunity to create and work on my blog. It’s awesome
to tap into different skills and try new things.
for you all!! Thank you for reading my blog, for the encouragement,
for the kind words and comments!
What are you thankful for? What are your Thanksgiving traditions?
I’d love to hear about it in the comments!