I’d like to take a moment to point out how difficult it will be to summarize the immense love I have for you, but I will try my hardest.
There are a million and one ways I could begin this letter, but I think the best place to start is by saying thank you. For everything.
Thank you for loving me, even when I think I’m unworthy of it.
Thank you for being my Dwayne Johnson.
Thank you for always allowing me to speak my mind even when I cut you off, or make you feel like I don’t value your opinion.
Thank you for holding me when I feel like I have the weight of the world on my Shoulders. More importantly, thank you for being willing to carry my burdens for me.
Thank you for reminding me it’s okay to laugh at myself.
Thank you for standing in the kitchen with me every night after work and letting me unload my frustrations on you.
Thank for you wiping my tears, and for the many forehead kisses.
Thank you embarking on this amazing journey with me.
Thank you for trusting me with our son, even when I didn’t trust myself.
Thank you for not thinking I was crazy when I told you I wanted to deliver our son at home.
Thank you for always being supportive of my choices even when you don’t always agree with them.
Thank you for respecting my body when I’m too tired, you offer a back rub with no motive.
Thank you for telling me my body is beautiful, and that it’s okay to have loose skin and stretch marks because I made a person.
Thank you for being patient with me when I freaking out for literally no reason at all.
Thank you for reminding me that it’s just a panic attack and that I’m not going to die.
Thank you for remaining loyal, and faithful to me.
Thank you for always making time for me even when I don’t make time for you.
Thank you for loving Jordan as much as I do. And thank you for helping me pick up the pieces when I almost lost her forever.
Thank you for pointing out when I’m being selfish, and unreasonable.
Thank you for supporting me in raising our son differently than how we were raised.
Thank you for doing the diaper laundry.
Thank you for being an amazing father, and a fantastic role model for our son.
Thank you for rearranging your school schedule to stay home with Walter after my mom’s surgery.
Thank you for always packing my lunch for work.
Thank you for being my best friend, and loving me even when I couldn’t love myself.
Thank you for the best two years of my life. I know we have many more trials, and tribulations to go, but I wouldn’t want to be on this journey with anyone else.
I hope you never question my love for you.