Until I had my first baby, I was that girl trying to have it all, a career, a family and a life.  Then the baby came, all angry and colicky.  I should have known something was up when she was four days late.

Many months of sleepless night, 18 months to be exact, I was grateful to be living. Just when life was easing up a bit, we added a second baby. My career is on the back burner and life? It took a nose dive off a really high cliff.

I guess you can have it all, but your life is a circus act, juggling while walking the tight rope. Sometimes a ball or two or three drops.  Sometimes you fall right off the rope. Thank God for the safety nets: husband, family, friends and of course, God.

Life with kids is crazy, hectic, stressful, and tiring.  And recently, it has felt like a really bad soap opera. One thing I can guarantee, it is never boring.

These are the days of our lives… the good, the bad and the ugly.

If you’re reading this, thanks for stopping by!

If you need to contact me, try soyonb (at) gmail (dot) com.


2 thoughts on “Me

  1. Hi, SB,
    My church has strong belief that church family who share meals together grow closer and stronger. I am the kitchen manager for my church with 600 average attendance on Sunday morning. We have regular meals per WEEK. 🙂 Tuesday men’s prayer breakfast (30 people average), Wednesday noon service lunch(65 people average), and Sunday evening fellowship meal(300 people avg). And I cook for any other church events which may require meals, and we do have quite a few.

    Unlike most historic churches in US, my church thrives with young and old members and share very close bonds; not only because of great preaching and leadership, but also because we sit together and break bread together.

    Thank you for asking!

    Look forward to reading more of your family’s journey in adoption and growth of Soso.


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