“Yes my baby?”
“How did you meet daddy?”
“Finish your breakfast and then we can cuddle on the couch and I’ll tell you, however, you have to help me wash the dishes before your father gets home ok?”
“Don’t worry, I’ll help you.”
These days my routine consists of taking my two boys to school; attending all kinds of after school activities; gymnastic lessons; cricket practices and games and babysitting my 3 year old home schooled daughter, Esther- Shannon, who completely refused to go to pre school.
I’m so glad I married later than my peers because I didn’t realize that having a husband and children could keep you so busy that you barely have time for yourself and to make it even more interesting I’m two months pregnant.
I now realize that there’s a season for everything in your life for a reason. I think God knows that there is no way that we can handle two seasons at the same time so I’m pretty much enjoying this season in my life.
I rise bright and early each morning unless I’m sick of course. That is how I make time for me, which is normally half an hour or an hour if I’m lucky. You need to refresh yourself daily because you just can’t give from an empty place.
“Ha a, I didn’t teach you to answer like that, now what do you say?”
“Yes. Mommy, my dress is wet now see?”
“*laugh* yes, come. You’re so short shame, but thank you for helping me with the dishes ok?”
“It’s pleasure mom!”
“*Smile* It’s -A- pleasure.”
I love my children so much, they’re so crazy and fun and just plain enjoyable! And they’ve got good genes too. I’ve always wanted good-looking children. *Smile*
“This one, mommy.”
“Alright. Come it’s story time now.”
“I was having dizzy spells constantly over a period of about 6 weeks but I never went to see the doctor, because I’m not really a sickly type person. Anyway, one Monday morning I was supposed to drive to Beinsville to do work for a client there.
I had booked the pool car and everything and I was on my way to the car when I suddenly fainted.
All I remember was waking up at the emergency unit on a bed.
Your Father was on call that day together with some other female doctor but it’s the female doctor that I was patient to and not your Father.
For about ten minutes tops!
That woman was rude and didn’t even want to examine me! Honestly, I think 90 % of people in the world are in the wrong careers all together.
I mean, how can you be a nurse or a doctor if you lack natural empathy or compassion for people!? It’s so frustrating honestly.
“*Smile*Smile* It works every time. She loves it when I hold her Lord. She falls asleep every time *laughter* and I’m sure she didn’t hear a word I said. *Kiss*. Let’s put her down.”
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