So this post is a little late. On the 11th Tyrel and I celebrated our 5th Anniversary!! Part of me thinks wow 5 years already, but at the same time I think uh? Only 5 years? Mainly because my life with Tyrel seems like such a huge part of my life already. Like growing up and all that seems so long ago, like it was a past life. I am horrible about posting sentimental stuff because when it come to talking about Tyrel I really feel like I am bragging and seriously feel I have the best husband in the world, but I am really blessed to have Tyrel as a husband. Tyrel is one of the most caring people I know. He is always so patient with me and never loses his temper with me. He is always pushing me to be better. He works so hard to support this family and give us a comfortable home. He is always willing to listen to me. He claims he likes that I talk a lot and if I am trying to talk less he will tell me not to. I can't think of a day where he hasn't told me how much he loves me and how much he appreciates all that I do. After 5 years he still thanks me for little things like doing his laundry or making him something to eat. He never gives me a hard time about finances when I am the one always stressing about them. He never lets me feel sorry for myself and is quick to point how great we have it when I am down. I am grateful for what a hard worker he is. I am grateful for the priesthood keys which he holds and that amazing spirit that brings into our home. I am grateful that he likes to talk about ways we can be living the gospel better and ways we can work hard to be better parents. I am grateful that what is important to me is important to him even if he doesn't understand why. Tyrel is also an amazing father. He loves to play with his boys and takes pride in wanting to be a great father and wanting to teach his boys things. He makes it a point to spend time with each one individually. He has from day one helped out with them without being asked. He takes it upon himself to get them dressed, or get them breakfast, or pick up their toys. I always feel bad asking him for help, because he already does more than I ever expected a husband and dad to do. K I know I need to stop, I just don't do this enough because I am afraid people will get sick of my bragging, because I seriously could go on and on. I truly love him more each day and feel so blessed that Heavenly Father put him in my path at the right time and that he chose me. I am so excited to spend forever with him and I can't wait for him to have a job where he is home every night. So enough is enough right!! HAPPY FIVE YEARS TYREL!!
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