Today was my last day with Coy & Tate. I just got home and am a blubbering mess.. They helped me make a goodbye video (which is on my fb), we danced to their favorite song one last time, & I got an adorable mug with pictures and a sweet goodbye card.. which all made me cry even more. I even cried after leaving the bank after depositing my last pay check when the lady said “See you next week” because I wont..
Ok so maybe you think I am being stupid and thats ok but I dont think I am.. Ive been with these boys for years.. before Coy walked or talked and now he runs around and talks in his cute squeaky voice and you cant get enough of it..
Tate has the best memory, he sings songs word for word. He remembers lines and songs from movies that sometimes I dont even catch and he’s got a huge heart.
Coy is so itty bitty and filled with life. Like take he is also sweet and he will copy his brother on anything & everything. He could make anything cute.
Megan & Brandon are hilarious and so caring… They are like family to me and treated me like I was part of there family whether it was taking me to lunch with them, sharing pictures of the boys with me, inviting me over when they knew i needed it & so on.. I cant thank them enough.
These boys and there parents have helped me through a lot and didnt even know it.. 8 months ago seeing & spending time with them is all I could look forward to & get excited about. They were the only ones who could make me laugh weeks after my life changed (for the better). There hugs, laughs and cute little sayings were the silver lining. Watching them grow up and form there own personalities and sayings like “Thats lame” & so on made me smile bigger then I thought I could. & now when my life is finally on track and going great I am forced to say goodbye to that chapter of my life and I dont think I prepared myself at all for it. Of course I knew it would be hard and thats why I didnt want to think about it or prepare. I pray to God I still get to see them and stay in contact with there incredible parents but nothing beats seeing those kids almost every day, hearing there stories, dancing around downstairs. I know one day I will have my own kid/kids to dance around with and raise but until then no job will ever compare.
I thank God for the opportunity to work with these boys and there parents because Its made my life a better place.