Sometimes, I don't go a day without wanting to write on my blog.
Sometimes, I forget I even have one.
Seems like April was one of those months.
Its been an eventful time since I last wrote. We flew to Taiwan over Easter for an amazing Taiwanese/Australian wedding. We spent three weeks at home in Sydney soaking up the city, having Fletch christened, attending a wedding in Oberon, another in Sydney and spending time in Mudgee. It was the first trip I've ever had back home where I didn't put pressure on myself to be out for boozy dinners, long lunches, brunches, coffees.
The priority was family. For more reasons than the obvious. There was many a smile, more than a few laughs, serious conversations, support, tears and most importantly, a lot of quality time.
Sometimes moments pop up in life which make you look at things differently. Make you appreciate time like you haven't before. Realise just who and what is really important. And it's during those moments when you come to realise what true joy a baby can bring to those who need a lift.
Fletch has been a shining light these last few weeks. A sincere manifestation of happiness at a time when it was most needed. His smiles, his laughs, his cuddles, his innocence.
My darling delight.
A true shining light.