“Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.”
― Wayne W. Dyer
Everything is relative.
Everything is about your foundation.
Everything is about your expectations.
My four-year-old son Montana told me yesterday morning, "Mommy, I hiccuped."
Turns out the poor little angel had thrown up. All over the couch. I brought him into the kitchen in which we were meeting with our Prana Power Yoga Winchester manager, and rubbed his back as he laid on the floor.
Soon he "hiccuped " again into a big silver bowl I had put beside him. I rubbed his back and said he was alright as he threw up several times into that shiny bowl. He was so calm and relaxed and just surrendered to the whole process.
When he was done I asked how he felt and he said, "Good." Then he fell asleep on the floor next to me.
When he awoke he said he wanted a pop tart, and the rest is history.
Montana doesn't have baggage about throwing up. He doesn't even know what it is. He thinks it's called hiccuping. So he surrendered to the process and then was done with it. No drama.
I, on the other hand, have baggage about throwing up. I threw up 20 times a day every day for all five of my pregnancies. And that ain't a good memory.
As always, my children are my biggest teachers.
It's all relative.
It's all about your foundation.
It's all about your expectations.
Have the best day ever!
Taylor plus 5