Wednesday, March 23, 2011

My letter to Joseph...

Oh my sweet little man,

I cannot believe that I am writing you a letter on your 2nd birthday. It seems like yesterday your dad and i were leaving the hospital, and praying to not mess up as parents. You amaze me everyday. You learn new things constantly, and you talk with us non-stop. My favorite thing about you right now is your belly laugh. When you get tickled, you can laugh and brighten a room. You love airplanes right now, and giggle and say "hey" and "bye" to them. You got so many different kind of airplanes for your birthday and to say you are obsessed with them is an understatement. You also love to play outside right now. It's been beautiful weather, and you cry every time we have to come inside. You still have "didi", and it's your best friend. You love to eat Mexican food..(yes, you are my child), and you adore your daddy. You also think your grandparents are great too, and they are wild about you. You have a schedule and if we stick to it, everybody is happy. You make me smile constantly, and my favorite part of the day is getting off work, and hurrying to get to you.
Joseph, you are such a special little man. When we found out about your kidneys we were so scared. We prayed for you, and this past week you got released from the kidney doctor!!! I was so relieved, but shouldn't have been surprised. God answered our prayer, and you are perfectly healthy. You are so active, and rarely meet a stranger! Looking back over the past two years I could laugh and cry. I love watching you grow up and turn into your own little person, with your own personality. But I also miss every stage you go through. You are growing up too fast, and I promise I will put on brick on your head soon, and make you stop! :)

Joseph, your Dad and I completely adore you. You are a wonderful, amazing little boy and we are so blessed and thankful that we were chosen to be your parents. I hope you always know just how loved you are. Happy Birthday my sweet little man!
Daddy and Mama
Until next time...