My first blog post
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Sherri Bostwick lifestyle blog. For the last couple of years I have wanted to add a lifestyle blog to my site. I kept putting it off thinking I would not know what to say or write and that it would not be different enough.
Well, I usually always have something to say, just ask my two amazing children who by the way are my biggest joy. Being a stay at home mother has been my profession and passion in life for the past 20 years. When my husband Barry and I wanted to start a family it was important to us that I be at home to raise the kids. I believe it’s been one of my most important achievements.
Barry and I pretty much started our family in NY while Barry was filming the TV show Spin City, Brian was 16 months old and Chela was about to arrive when we moved there. I remember this story like it was yesterday. All of us went into the city to do some Christmas shopping and see the amazing Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center. If you’ve never been to Rockefeller Center at Christmas time to see the Tree with all the beautiful lights and decorations, snowing and all the people hustling and bustling around. You should try it, it really is a beautiful time of year there! OK, back to memory lane.
It is shoulder to shoulder people. Barry has Bri, our son, and like always when in the city I have a death grip on Chela, which she loves to tell and laugh about now. We are walking by the tree and all of a sudden someone walks in between Chelsea and I breaking my dearth grip I have on her, my heart drops into my stomach and what felt like hours, which was really only about 30 seconds I couldn’t see Chelsea. It was just a sea of people. This little girl that was my whole world to me was gone. I don’t know why or how but I just turned and look straight into the crowd trying to see in between the people as they passed, and for what ever reason Chelsea did the same thing. There was this small glimpse of her through a break in the crowd, she was just standing there looking up with these big, beautiful blue eyes waiting for me, knowing I would find her. I am glad to say it is one of my many memories of motherhood that I can now laugh and share.
I love you Brian & Chelsea.