Change (in life) can be viewed as a positive or a negative. Before we talk about this baby situation, let’s discuss my job for a second.
I no longer work with my agency as the “Slim Jim Guy”. I feel so honored to have worked with so many brilliant people. I learned so much from so many talented and creative individuals - I hope some of the relationships I cultivated there last a lifetime, but I am also so honored to be open to what the world can offer someone like me. I am putting my show out there (www.TheScottEmoShow) and my skill sets and seeing what will stick. It’s a totally unstable feeling, but so exciting simultaneously.
OK! This is where it gets good…Not only am I in a work transition, but my little lady is pregnant with a child we produced together (I always thought babies came from Storks - spoiler alert: It’s not true).
I view us having a (healthy) baby as teamwork: two (or more) people working together to accomplish one goal. That is how I am going to live the rest of my life - I want to work with people, not for people. If we all believe in the end goal, the objective will be complete.
I am learning my lady likes to plan everything out - it makes her feel good. So, through our marriage, we have worked very hard on communication and listening. Therefore, I am going to work on my planning and communication to ensure she knows what’s up. This baby we’re having needs NO stress once-so-ever (and I’m not talking about the baby that is inside Lindsay’s stomach right now).
Love this gift we have right now. All we have, at the end of the day, is each other.
With many hugs, high fives and eskimo kisses,