It's funny how life turns upside-down with the birth of one's child, but I wouldn't change a darn thing. I feel privileged to have had a hand in creating her. I love the fact that the hubby and I will teach her the ways of the world. I love the way she follows me as I walk out the room, and I love the way she cuddles up to me when she's done breast-feeding. I love her smile. I love her babbling. I love the pouty face that she makes when she's upset. There was a time when I questioned how it was I could just love someone so unconditionally, and now I know. You just do. It didn't come to me immediately, but it did eventually materialize, and it's SUCH a cool feeling.
PK Land is a blog about my experiences as a parent. It is a follow-up to my pregnancy blog, PK on the Way, which I wrote to document my pregnancy in the hopes of someday sharing it with my daughter. PK is short for "Potential Kid", which the hubby and I used to refer to the child that we might have in the future. We also referred to our unborn child as PK, as we didn't quite have a name picked out for her until she was born. Even though "PK" has an actual name (and her initials are not P.K.), I thought I'd keep up the anonymity (and save her future embarrassment) by continuing to use PK in this blog.