While I fully understand "what happens at Guapos stays at Guapos", we had so much fun I just need to say thank you to this group of gals!
Along the "ASD highway", I've needed to pull over for rest, force myself to sleep, hitchhike a bit and watch my tailgating.
Last night however, the roads of 5 Super Hero moms all met over margaritas, and I spent the night totally drafting off their advice. I may be the craziest of the group but I also have the youngest Super Hero.
As I listen to stories, and add my own, I am sort of terrified about my next few years but thrilled that I'm not navigating alone. These girls are my ASD-GPS. But they talk way more than my old Garmin!
It never ceases to amaze me how different we all are: some work, some don't. some sleep, some don't. some believe, some don't. But we all accept each other, support each other and deeply care for one another no matter our pasts, futures or dreams. We're careful not to force our ideals on others, while trying to understand the flip-side of life.
It's not often you can throw a group of women together and have no "issues". But right off the bat, I've felt supported and important. If you're reading this and you don't have a group like this to lift you up, find one. Allow yourself to go out and have fun. It is so crucial.
Take care of you and you'll be able to take care of your kid.
Thanks Margarita Momma's! What a crew we are!