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Today marks the three year anniversary of me starting my midwifery degree. Ironically, it would have also been my last ever day at uni today, if I was still on the course.
Sadly, due to reasons beyond my control I had to leave the course in the first year. I actually got told I had to choose between my career and my son. Needless to say, I chose my son.
There isn't a day that goes by when I'm not grateful for my little Kiddo. Today, when I realised it would have been my last day at uni, admittedly I was a little sad about a life I'll never have, but then I realised the life I have now is so much better. Don't get me wrong, it's far from perfect, and there are a fair few struggles, but I'm happy and I'm so grateful things turned out this way. I get to live my life with my beautiful son by my side, and I'm watching him grow up into a wonderful little man.
This morning I woke to a beautiful sunrise, shining into the hospital window of the children's ward we'd been admitted to. Kiddo's chicken pox had got much worse, so he needed hospital treatment over night. Thankfully, we're back home, with some new medicine and very tired eyes, and I realised if I was still on my course I would have missed this. I wouldn't be able to sit and cuddle him and make him better. I wouldn't have been able to take him to hospital. I wouldn't have had time to learn BSL and communicate with him over the past two days, when he's not worn his hearing aids, because his ears are so sore from the pox. I wouldn't have watched him grow up over the past three years at all.
My life plan changed, but it means I get a front row seat in watching Kiddo grow up, and for that I'm so grateful.
So, don't be disheartened if things don't work out the way you planned. Be grateful, because I guarantee you'll get to experience something much better instead.
And yes, I know I've rambled, but I'm very tired and very emotional and very grateful my little boy's OK and we're home safe and sound 🙏🏻 Happy Friday! #morningmotivation#laurasjourney#family#love#grateful#begrateful#chickenpox#hospital#singlemum#singlemom#singleparent#midwife#midwifery#uni#degree#newpath#happyfriday#bsl#deafawareness