It would be so worth it to me to be able to run my own business from the privacy of my home, maybe in our office/ craft room of the beautiful two story house that my husband and I purchase. I grew up in a very poor family. I was the sixth child on my moms side, only child on my dads, but my parents split up when I was 5 or 6. So, I lived off of hand-me-downs and remember for quite a while that I didn't even have a bed, but slept on the floor of our two bedroom single wide trailer that housed my mom and stepdad, her 3 kids that weren't out of the house and his three as well. That was 4 girls and 2 boys and 2 parents, and I was the youngest and therefor felt the least seen or taken care of. I never want that for my children. I guess that's why when I found out that I was having a baby girl, I immediately went out and spent far too much money on anything and everything that read the word "princess". I could just as easily spend hundreds of dollars on "prince" outfits for Milo, my son if I could find them in the stores and convince my husband to let him wear them.
My inspiration is my babies, and everything in life that I want for my babies that I didn't have and everything that every little prince and princess deserves. They are the most special to me, two of the biggest blessings God has given me in my life. I am so proud of how my husband manages to provide for the four of us while going to school. He provides a beautiful apartment for us, food in our cupboards, our clothes and all of his time. But, I want to be part of that provision as well. Every time I hold my son or feel my little girl kick, it inspires me to be a better mommy.
Milo, my inspiration