Assistant. I really did enjoy it. I'm now a stay at home mom for one more year, I will enter the administrative world when my son turns 5 and goes to school. So with all that being said, I think about what my life would have been like if I never had children. I'm sure we all think about this. Where would I be, what would I be doing? This is the daydreaming I like to do, I could sit for hours picturing what my "single" life would be like.
This would be mine...
First, I would have done much better in High School and actually went to College. Not a stupid little tech school but a real University. I have no idea what I would have majored
|The open road to everywhere|
|My Australian hottie on our beach|
Sometimes, when I talk to my daughter about her future, I try to stress to her how very important a good education is. Even now in the 3rd grade! I don't push her, I just try to show her with pictures and stories of what kind of life she could have. She can do anything she wants to do. I also stress to her that getting married and having children are not a priority in life. Just because Mommy did does not mean she has to.
"Do what you want to do, and don't worry about everyone else."
I pound that sentence in her head whenever we have this conversation
With all that being said, I do not regret having my children, I would gladly give both boobs and my right arm for either of them. They are my life!
|That's me and my Aussie lover down there in the water.|
see, unless I win the lottery. I don't consider myself a pessimist I'm a realist. Even though every time I play the lottery deep down I feel like I'm the winner. Until they announce the numbers that I do not have on my ticket.
I want my children to dream and dream BIG, and to know that nothing is impossible!
What did you want to be when you grew up? Are you that person? Did YOU dream big??
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