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Sometimes things just happen in such a way that no amount of thinking or wishing or praying could have made it any better. This goes for celebratory and not so celebratory things in life. If you know even an iota of Hun and I’s story, you might get a glimpse into how perfectly the events played out. Hun and I, still to this day, relish in the way things went without any real planning on our part. Besides, we were both of the individual places of acceptance about our life and life choices.
Beyond that, Baby’s birth story also had some pretty wonderful timing as well. There was the time already planned off from work, the storm prior to us going into labor, the new job for Hun starting, and the fact we had to be in a hospital for a week in a place where there are good supports available. Not everything was a welcome event, but somehow it all worked out and our Baby boy is perfect in his own way.
We took one of our out of town drives all weekend and it rained practically the entire day, thus ruining our water activity plans. Nonetheless things worked out in their own perfect way. We tried to get away from the rain, but couldn’t until we ended up on a state road that went from paved to unpaved and was quite full of sharp twists and turns. The whole time we were up there in the mountain there was only a bit of trickling and when we re-emerged onto pavement the sun was shining in that after the rain brightness it has. Continuing on, we then unexpectedly found a pull-off and had some time to play in the river. This is now one of our faved river spots. We returned home much later than expected, but it was well worth it! Shortly after leaving the mountain and heading home, it started raining again and didn’t let up until the next day.