It's something that I said in passing.
Something that I wanted.
For Mother's Day, Robby got me one of the most thoughtful gifts to date. Why? Because generally, he gets me anything(within obvious reason) that I want throughout the year and therefore when gift giving seasons roll around... there's really not too much that I want so I always have to tell him exactly what I want. Which store. Which brand. Sometimes even the bar code.
When I was younger, I wanted the Shania Twain Greatest Hits album. Yes, I realize to some of you, that may seem like the worlds biggest oxy moron. My mother wouldn't get it for me because she said that she was a bad role model for me. To this day, I still have no idea what her personal life consists of, but I'm sure my mom was probably right. But how many celebrities are really great role models? I can't think of many.
I told Robby this story a month or so ago. How I wanted it so much, but never got it. Mother's day came. I had the sweetest note on my bedside table telling me what a good mom I was to Will. (Sometimes I feel like I don't have the patience to deal with the terrible two's that we're currently going through, so it's always welcomed to hear that I'm not a sucky mom:). The note ended with telling me to open my iphone and go into my playlists. I got Shania Twain's greatest hits album!!!!!!
I! was! so! excited!
So, I started my mother's day off right with having a dance party with the coolest 20 month old you'll ever meet and my pride and joy.
Best Mother's day to date.