After 3 years of being a Para Educator, I have decided that it is time to stay at home with my babies.
I found myself getting teary-eyed today, our last day, as I said see yuh later to some of the best kids and coworkers. Looking back, I was blessed to be able to work in the same place that raised me, work with the same teachers that taught me, and work with the kids that will always hold a special place in my heart.
With that being said, I am also so, so happy and blessed to be able to finally stay at home with my kids. Ever since Oliver was born this has been on my heart, but I just never thought it would be possible for our young family. To be honest, I’m still not exactly sure HOW we’re going to make it- but that’s the beauty of all of this. This is the first time in my life that I have finally let go of the control. Of the planning ahead. Of the needing to know every single detail. Because I know that God is on the move. I have had this sense of peace that this is going to work itself out, however that may be. Some may think I’m being irrational. Some may say I’m crazy and that we’ll end up in our parents basements. But I’m driven and determined to make this work. We may not have the fancy cars and extravagant lifestyle, but I know looking back, I will be able to say that I had time with my kids, with my family, and that’s all that’s going to matter.
So here’s to one chapter ending, and a new one beginning. I can’t wait to be able to share with you all what God has in store for us!
THE BEST IS YET TO COME ✨