Hello everyone! I hope your holiday season has been full of joy! Last week's episode was highly anticipated -- everyone loves to see a good catfight. However, I am not going to focus on the episode, because I live in the present and that fight is in the past. The one thing I will say is I am like most mothers, I am protective of my son and he is off limits. I have no hard feelings towards Kim. I actually think she is a very feisty woman with a whole lot of spunk, which often reminds me of myself. I wish her the best with her pregnancy and pray that she has a healthy and happy baby. Life is too short to be angry or petty.
My last blog was the week of Thanksgiving and now Christmas is just a few days away. Like most of you, I am in the full swing of the holidays: cooking, cleaning, shopping, decorating and trying to make everything perfect! It is amazing how time flies when you are having fun. It seems like just yesterday I was preparing to give birth to my son. Now six months later, he has five teeth and is attempting to crawl. I look at him in amazement everyday. I thank God for blessing me and my husband with such a wonderful baby. This will be his first Christmas. Even though he is too young to be aware of all the hoopla that comes with the holidays, this will be our year to develop a tradition with him. My thoughts are to donate some of his gifts to the Atlanta Children's Shelter so that children less fortunate than him will enjoy the true spirit of Christmas: giving and sharing. Many of us forget that Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Christ, who gave the ultimate gift to Christians: the possibility of eternal life. Helen Keller once said, "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart." May you and your loved ones experience heartfelt moments today and always. Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!