Shannon. She's kind of adorable.
If this post doesn't make you want to go to Shannon's house and make baklava with her, I don't know what will. She is PRECIOUS. I'm going to settle for reading her blog.
Hi! My name is Shannon from The Scribble Pad. I am thrilled to be here on Naptime Diaries. I am a wife and momma but first and formost, a daughter of Christ. I am so glad to be here sharing with you all, and hope to continue to see you all around blog-land and maybe even real life!
|grandmom holding me, my son makes this very same face!|
|Yia-yia when we were making baklava for my wedding.|
Fast forward 20+ years and here I am, doing calligraphy and coordinating weddings, sending 200+ Christmas cards each year, and opening my etsy shop of hand-stamped note cards, so you too can share the joy of letter writing with those you love. Even up until a few years ago, I never would have imagined how significantly all three of these women would have impacted my life.
As I have plunged into motherhood, I am reminded of my own mother. I cannot even begin to name the ways she has and continues to bless me and teach me. But what I am most grateful for is that she allowed these three strong women, my “grandmothers,” to come along side her and help.
She didn’t always agree with everything they said or did; I know this now. But she guarded me from any animosity. She let these women come into my life and mold and shape me.
It is not always easy to let others impact your children. I wrestle with this daily. But I am reminded by the incredible impact that others can have. And so I pray that our family is surrounded by the blessings that helped raise me.
Thanks so much for reading my story.
If you want to chat about this or other journeys of motherhood,
feel free to contact me
or drop me a question on formspring.
Thanks again for having me Jessi dear!