Sunday, November 7, 2010

Halloween 2010

During the insanity of living between households, there has been a lot that has fallen through the cracks. Yes, Halloween came and went! ...There are pictures to prove some participation! Above is my beautiful Mia. She'll be 3 years old at the end of the month, but look at that head of hair! It's growing so fast! YAY!

Here are the girls right before trick o' treating. Ella was a Glitzy-Witch, and Mia was a bunny rabbit.
Sabrina-boo was my little clown.
On the day I moved out it was also the NFHP (Nolan Family Halloween Party) in Layton. I stole some pictures for the sake of documenting it, however, it breaks my heart that I wasn't there.
Above is my Dad playing with Sabrina in the swing at Dave and Lexie's.
Here's Ella and her cousin Noah.
There was pumpkin carving!
...And a corn-maze!
There were pumpkins to be picked...
...And super cute pix to be snapped! Here's Sabrina with Auntie Sarah.
A special thank-you goes out to my family (especially Mom and Dad) who stepped up to help me out and take the girls to this event even thought I wasn't going to be there.
The only update to report is that there is no major update. Lance are taking things day-by-day, and sometimes moment-by-moment. I am so touched by some of his gestures of sincerity in fighting for our family. There are other moments so painful I can't re-live them in my head for fear of break-down. I have learned a lot about my friends and about friendship in general. I have learned too much about myself, but not enough. Tomorrow I am taking steps to begin some counseling. The process and road that lies before me is daunting and terrifying, as it quite realistically could end in my family breaking. I have and will continue to live on the tip of this knife, where comfort is no option, yet the sharp pain I feel can either kill me or drive me. Therapy, here I come.


Unknown said...

You know I'm here for you!!! :) Love you.

Melissa said...

Good luck Becca!! Your girls look cute in their costumes.

skipper said...

It looks like your girls had a fun Halloween and that's what's really important.
As I've battled my mental illness I've come to realize that no matter what I'm going through, I'm a good mom if my kids are still having these happy moments that they'll remember years down the road.
I'm proud of you for your willingness to do whatever you need to do to get through this time of trial. You're a good person and a great mom!
Love you,

Joni said...

The girls all looked darling for Halloween! I think your one day/one step at a time plan is the way to go. Hang in there and have faith in the fact that things will work out, whichever way there are meant to. I love you!

Anonymous said...

I think you're smart to be proactive in getting some help. I hope it helps you and you beautiful family! I'll pray for you...