Day 259

We spent the morning sleeping in a little later than usual. We both needed this. It felt so luxurious to stay in bed and takes things slowly today. I am more of a morning person so I generally get up early most days. We went out to one of our favourite cafes for a late brunch and took a walk around the harbours edge. I love this city. We have so much beauty in our harbour and the bush walks that surround it. I spent the afternoon curled up reading a book and then scrolling through Instagram. Instead of cooking dinner we decide to have a glass of red wine and cheese platter. I am loving this lazy Sunday. I haven’t been drinking much at all these past few months. Having a nice glass of red though is very relaxing.

 

I had a Skype call later with two of my soul sisters. One is living in London and gave birth to her precious little girl three weeks ago. It was so nice to meet her over Skype. She is so gorgeous and tiny. I noticed lately that the yearning to hold Hamish has started to lessen. The first few weeks my body, heart and soul just wanted his physical presence. I wanted my baby in my arms so badly. It was a primal need to hold him. Everything in my cells knew that my precious baby that had spent nine months in my womb was supposed to be in my arms. Now that feeling has gone it is my heart that still yearns for my boy.

To my little angel in the sky. I may not of held you for long but know that those months in my womb and the days after your birth were some of the happiest of my life. You have brought so much joy to me. I will continue to speak to you. Ask you for advice. Allow you to be our guiding light. I will trust that you can feel my love. 

Author: Jodie Matthews

I am a mother, writer, mindful money coach, minimalist and many other things. I love mother nature. I am happiest when I am floating in the ocean. I am a keen traveller and love to explore and discover new places. You can connect with me further on instagram at @jodieleannematthews

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