Our 3rd baby is on the way. And yes it’s a girl 🙂
She will be our first baby girl – perhaps our last too if our opinions today mattered. This pregnancy is definitely a lot more challenging than the first two. Perhaps it’s because of this thing called the ‘biological clock’ – yes it does exist (this is actually one of my inspirational arguments on why I wrote CEO at 22).
I’m not so sure how we are going to be parents this time around as it’s already been 5 years since our last experience. We have given away a lot of baby items since then – but kept a few just in case we would be blessed with another one.
I recall how busy I was at work and business with the first two pregnancies – but it seems as if I’m even busier now. It’s funny how things seem the busiest in the ‘here and now’ especially if you’re building a company from scratch all the way to enterprise-level.
This season of my life is the time when we are professionalizing everything. It took me a long while to get a grip on what being CEO is and how leading a team is. I’m a slow learner and a simple thinker – perhaps that’s why it took me 10 years at least to get here.
I’m 33 today.
Time flies so fast. Looking back, I meditate on what I have been blessed with and what I have done to bless others in my life.
I have written and produced a ton of content in hopes of adding value to more and more people – and will continue to do so until… well until I can’t anymore.
Having a baby girl is kind of different. Having my two boys made me super excited. Not very nervous. But now, I feel quite different – I actually am a bit nervous. How this little girl will grow up to be a woman and how she will see the world and feel secure about herself has a large bearing on how I will treat her, love her and encourage her – and show her the ways of God.
I do know that with God’s help and by God’s grace this is something that I will gladly undertake.
It’s been 7 years since I got married. I cannot ask for a better wife than Apple. She has been an amazing partner to me and we get along in a perfectly imperfect way. God really knows who is best for you – and you will arrive there if you faithfully follow Him.
Life just keeps getting better.
See you soon little Amorel Peyton.