Things have changed,

/home/wpcom/public_html/wp-content/blogs.dir/58e/72020433/files/2014/12/img_3986.jpgGrowing up as a child, the most exciting thing for me was eating a huge feast and then getting to open our gives on Christmas Eve (a Hispanic thing). We waiting until real late to begin to open gift, and I remember being so happy and my heart racing of excitement to know what I received !

But now that I have my daughter, it’s stopped being about gifts. It’s stopped being about how many things I received and if I was given all the things I had asked for. It’s become more about lighting up my daughter faces. Last year she was a month and a half so we opened everything up. This year she was much more involved, ripping her gifts up and having joy written all over her face. The holidays to me means much more, it’s about teaching my daughter the importance of family, love, and appreciating everything you had before you opened gifts. About coming together for family traditions. I could never receive a gift again for Christmas, because all that matters to me is begin able to create a memorable, loving, and blessed childhood for my daughter.

I’m extremely happy to say this Christmas was a success, and I’m already looking forward to next year to see much how Victoria has grown, and being able to continue and maybe even start new traditions. I hope everyone had a safe holiday season, your healthy is well, and your stomachs are full. Xo Jesse

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3 thoughts on “Things have changed,

  1. I couldn’t have agreed with you more. The holidays this past year for me have been much more special to see my daughter light up at something new to her and her understand more. It’s such a blessing and so amazing to watch her grow. To me now more than ever Christmas is by far my favorite holiday just because I loved watching her open up gifts for herself and her sister.

    Love your blog and I’m happy you and your family had a beautiful Christmas! ❤️

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