Little Love

*Thank you for all of your kind words on my previous post. I’m struggling with emotional eating and trying to get myself back together. Meanwhile life here goes on, happily. More on my food addiction issues later. Thanks for continued support.

Valentine’s Day meant a little more to me this year.

Matt left us goodies. I put the stuffed babies in Quinn’s crib and when she woke up, she was a happy girl.

I love this window and the morning light. I’ll miss it when we move.


In the ultimate show of love, Matt went with us to a kids consignment sale. We racked up for spring and summer.

And we went with him to ManWorld.

That’s love, y’all!
My favorite shots of the day- A blurry one of Quinn in a new outfit. I love this.


Those cheeks.

And her reading the card Matt got her.


So true. She’s not allowed to date. Ever.

We have good weather coming up this week. My heart is leaping for the possibility of actually enjoying outdoors! But those crappy feelings of “It’s almost spring and my clothes don’t fit” are sneaking in.

One day at a time.


I just keep telling myself that she needs a healthy mom. She doesn’t need to shoulder these issues when she’s older, so I have to beat them now.
She’s my inspiration.


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2 Responses to Little Love

  1. Sarah S says:

    Playing catch up and just read your last post *hugs*
    You are awesome, and have such a beautiful amazing daughter, and she adores you as does Matt, so don’t let anyone tell you different.
    You are on a journey and it isn’t going to happen overnight, but you are doing something about it and that is the main thing – you’ve got this πŸ™‚

  2. violettfemVi says:

    A day at a time is right lovie and sometimes it’s a meal at a time or a healthy habit at a time. I’m right there with you with the emotional eating BS and I just broke free after six friggen weeks of emotional eating and false starts. You’ll get your groove back. You know better than anyone, it’s a lifestyle journey, not a quick fix destination. There are no mistakes,provided we learn from our missteps. xxoo.

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