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I put my kids to sleep every night….and there are times where it is harder for them to fall asleep…
Tonight is one such nights for Donna…
But she did not contend with me.
She simply spent more time talking and asking her ‘why’s….
And as usual, I will tell her about bats and them fluttering at the window so that she will quickly shut her eyes.. (sorry to disappoint you but I do resort to such methods of scare) 😛
After half an hour..one hour… she eventually fell asleep in my arms…
She looked so contented that mummy was beside her while she slept…
When I saw her, I feel that all the time and effort in putting her to bed is well worth it…. : )
It is the first time we have been away from our two children for more than 7 days…
We are so thankful that they have been so well-cared for by our parents respectively. When I came home, Donna was still preoccupied with the probable plans with her aunties. Yup, sorry I wrecked the plan : P
Then when I saw Toby, he had been well-fed.. in fact very… His puffed-up cheeks lifted up when he saw us home.
They have grown more independent! I am so proud of them. : )
But no matter how independent or how grown, we are still close-knitted and tonight, when I tried to put them to bed… both were quite reluctant to fall asleep.
It seemed as if they wanted to spend more time with me- trying to make up for the lost time last week.
One word to describe this feeling – Bliss : )
I really thank God for my sweet babies….
I miss my babies…very much!!
Last night I dreamt of them…. that they have started sleeping by 8pm : )
yes… that’s still a dream : P
I realised I miss them when I interject my conversations with “What do you think the kids are doing? “……
I started to browse through photos and videos of them on the iphone….
I asked my hubby… ” Who do you miss more? Donna or Toby? ”
I started to countdown to my holidays… (insane yah?)
All in all, this trip made me realised that having a break is awesome! But I feel incomplete without my whole family…
But if you ask if I will do it again, my answer is a sheepish… yes…… : P
My dear, I want to wish you a lovely birthday!
A year of visions, faith and breakthroughs ahead!!
Donna & Toby, pls know that your papa is an awesome dad, hubby and man!
Donna, when you grow up, pls find a man like him.
Toby, when you grow up, pls be like him.
I love you my dearest! You are Awesome!
” The most important things in life aren’t things. ” ~ Anthony J D. Angelo
Our life is full of distractions, commitments, responsibilities and things to do. On a typical day, one can easily be distracted by the most urgent to-do things or by shuttling from meetings to meetings.
Sometimes we even regard our family time as a task on our to-do-list.
The truth is the most important things in life aren’t things. They are our relationships.
Relationships with our partners, parents, our siblings, our children, our friends and loved ones.
I was just thinking aloud if we were to have a priority list – things that matter to us alongside with a to-do-list, perhaps it will help us appropriate our time and energy more wisely. Cos while we all only have 24 hours a day, we have a choice on how to use them -wisely!
Someone once said, ” Mommies are just big little girls.”
I tend to agree : )
If I bore you with posts on mothers, I am sorry. But I really feel that mothers need lotsa encouragement and I feel that I just want to encourage all mums this season in time. : )
We become mothers the instant our baby is born. And without anyone teach us, we intuitively develop a nurturing spirit wanting to raise our baby in the best possible environment.
We do our best to care and nurture baby and baby just reaches milestones by milestones….till one point in time, he is ready to leave us (for half a day) for (pre) school. In our hearts, we look forward to him crying for us, unwilling to leave us for school. But on our lips, we say that we hope he will be strong and independent and walk straight into class.
When the latter happens, tears of joy (mixed with sadness) just flow down our cheeks. We claim that we are really fine, just too happy to see baby growing to independence.
We are merely Big Little Girls. On the outside, we may have aged, put on weight and look motherly. But on the inside, we are still who we are.
Like little girls who love to be pampered and loved, we crave on affection and attention from our baby, hubby and friends.
If you want to pamper us, treat us like Big Little Girls. : )