It has been a long time since I have actually sat down and written a blog post… Life with a 2 year old boy is crazy busy and exhausting but so fun. I love this stage of Truett’s life, even on the days that are tough.
This little boy that has been entrusted to me has taught me so much about myself and how God views me. I understand more and more every day how even when I do dumb things how He can still love me. It still astounds me how much this little dude as teach me.
On a day where everyone is celebrating fathers, I am blessed to have not only to have the love of my heavenly Father, an incredible husband and father for our Truett, but also an amazing dad and father in law.
I could not have asked for a better daddy for my little boy. He is everything I could have ever hoped for. I love watching Matt and Truett play, learn, and explore together. They are two peas in a pod. I see so much of Matt in Truett, he is constantly trying to figure out how things work! He loves to “Help” daddy do things like water the flower, or clean up the yard, he wants to be just like daddy. He likes to pack his backpack and as he throws it over his shoulder, he says “Bye! I go work like Daddy!” They have such a special bond. Matt is always teaching him something… how to build a bigger tower, talking about letters and numbers, letting Truett try and use the screw driver when he is fixing something, but my favorite is when we pray together at night before bed. I love hearing Truett try and pray like daddy. He spends a lot of prayer time being thankful for things like Buzz Lightyear, Mickey Mouse, Chinese Noodles, and the pool, but those are the big things for him right now!
Thank you Matthew for being the best daddy Truett could ever have. I love watching you teach our little boy how to be an amazing man. Thank you for taking time for the little things and making each day special. We are both so blessed to have you. Thank you for working so hard to take care of us. We couldn’t ask for anything more.
I would also like to thank our “Poo-pa” for raising Matt to be the man he is. Without you he wouldn’t be who he is today. Thank you for teaching him how to be a great dad and how to take care of his family.
Lastly I need to thank my daddy. The first man I ever loved, the man who taught that all I needed was to love Jesus and follow Him and everything else would fall into place. I love you so much and I am so thankful for all you have done for me. You are the best.