Things I’ve Learned

I’ve learned that I only want to be where I’m wanted. Your real friends will miss you when you’re not there.

Related, I’ve learned that cliques don’t cease to exist once you leave high school… or college.

I’ve learned that the little moments are the ones that matter.


I’ve learned that a little dirt never hurt anybody.


I’ve learned that family should always, always, always come first.


I’ve learned that people’s attitudes and behavior can drastically change once you stop giving them what they want.

I’ve learned that there is nothing more important that the health, safety and well-being of my child. NOTHING.

I’ve learned that while I am so thankful for family to watch him while my husband and I are at work, I should be the one with E every day, sharing experiences like this with him…


And this…


I’ve learned that two and three may only be one apart… but when you’re talking about dogs, there is a world of difference.

I’ve learned that following your gut is not always the best advice.

I’ve learned that life is too short to be unhappy.

What have you learned?

Every picture included in this post was taken by my mother-in-law.

4 thoughts on “Things I’ve Learned

  1. I’ve learned that it can be hard to tell, but sometimes putting yourself through a little torture is worth it to be sure of things.

    I’ve learned that no one can know what’s best for you except you.

    I’ve learned that real friends ask why something is happening before getting completely offended if it’s not something that they agree with.

    These are all things that I have learned through my friendship with you. Whether because of watching you or because I’m experiencing it and you’re supporting me.

    I’ve learned that I love you and nachos will never be the same without you.

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