No more lonely moments.

No more lonely moments.

I’ve recently befriended a mom of twins, an expat living here in Greece with her Greek husband (she’s from California) and we were talking about our experiences with interviews in Greece, how long it’s been since we went out for coffee in peace and quiet, and, well, our kids. She said something that’s been stuck with me, a really lovely statement and I’d like to share it with you: There were quiet moments, but they were also lonely moments, empty (the days before we became moms). Quiet, lonely, and empty are just a few words that would DEFINITELY not be used to describe our lives now. And we couldn’t be happier. Besides, when we do go out for coffee and drinks without our kids all we do is talk about them anyway, right? 🙂

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