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This past weekend was the best weekend I have experienced in eons!  I really didn’t do anything spectacular but the time I was afforeded was well spent I must say.  I feel so refreshed and ready to keep moving on this journey called life.

But on to the blog...I had the distinct honor of driving Zhari to her first day at daycare.  Now she is fortunate that her daycare providers are her great-grandparents (granny gran & pawpaw) which means a whole lot of spoiling.

I can hardly wait to find out how Cherish’s first day back to school as a mother went.  Over the past several months I’ve wondered what’s been going through Cherish’s mind.  This morning I wondered what she thought and how she felt while not only getting herself ready for school, but also her little one as well as her book bag and diaper bag.

We have three months until graduation and then it’s on to college, I’m confident that with a lot of love and support Cherish is going to be a great mother.  I talk a lot about Zhari’s mother, but her father Ryan and his family are an active part of her life also.  Now he’s not my pick for Cherish but neither were any of the one’s I chose picks of my parents.  

I’m so grateful that both Cherish and Ryan have committed themselves to the lifelong journey of parenting their child.  Neither of them have had the best relationships with their fathers so they are determine to put their personal challenges aside for the sake of their little one.
What if more of us could do that?  

If you are reading this blog (my personal thoughts) please say a little prayer for Ryan, Cherish and Zhari and families everywhere that we are able to put personal differences aside for the sake of our children.


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