we are now six years in the future, and it has been a great, fantastic, and inspiring year. We have grown a lot. Things have happened that we never thought would be possible. We have met wonderful people and become closer than ever before. We have survived many hardships that we wouldn’t believe were possible.
Leo just celebrated his six-year wedding anniversary in March, and the year before that we found out that we had a son. And we have a great, great husband, the most wonderful son, and the most beautiful daughter.
All of these milestones are a confirmation of our progress, and all of them make us stronger, wiser, and more in love with the future than ever before. We are happy, and happy that we have achieved so many of these milestones.
On March 16th, we’ll celebrate a year of being together and all that it means to us. Of course, that’s just the start of all the milestones we have to go through, but it sure is a nice little start.
A year ago we were talking about our biggest goal: having our baby born. We were thinking about it and how excited we were for it, but then we realized that we had no idea what it would look like. All our dreams for it were in a box in the basement of our bedroom.
We were happy with how we had our baby, but then the day after we realized that we had no idea what the baby would look like. We had no idea what kind of clothes to get, or what other clothes to wear. We had no idea what our baby would be like. This is how it began…
Yes, we were very lucky to have been blessed with a healthy baby girl that was born in March of 2021, but it was the day after we found out that we didn’t even know what kind of baby she would be. It was such a shock for us.
This is a real life story, not just a sci-fi one. In 2019, a study was published that looked at the average length of time that infants were breast-fed. The average length of time babies were breast-fed is nine months. The average length of time breast-fed babies spent in the womb is thirty-three weeks.
This is just a small part of the study, but it shows that breast-feeding isn’t just for babies. It’s also good for children, parents, and even employees who work from home. This is especially helpful for employees who work for organizations that are based in the U.S., and who spend their days away from their desks.
In a nutshell, breast-feeding reduces the risk of obesity and helps curb the amount of time children spend in front of screens. It also helps them better develop motor skills, increase their eye-hand coordination, and improve their cognitive skills. The results of the study were so impressive that the American Dietetic Association says that breast milk is the optimal infant formula because it provides the highest level of nutrition for infants and toddlers, and it also helps children develop better motor skills and better cognition.