My family is so loving and we have such a great time together. These are my labors of love.
How do I show my family I love them. I love to be a servant. I know, women’s lib and moms should work, and that’s just not me. I really do love to take care of them and be there for them. My job is to show them how much they mean to me. I cook, clean, do their laundry, now I blog for them. Blogging is also for me, but I have had more opportunities reaching out to others because of blogging. Sometimes I get things for me but I try to find opportunities for things for them. I get this craziness from my granny. Everyone thinks I’m just like her and I take that as a compliment. I hope that one day I can give just as easily as she does. She keeps practically nothing fer herself. I still like to complain and wine a bit.
Now, the best part is my children. They are so loving and they are so little. My husband was at the desk this evening after he got home from work, and I went and gave him a big hug. My daughter came over and said, hug daddy, hug daddy, and she threw her arms around him. I almost started crying. It is so special when our kids show their love.
As soon as my husband got home from work my daughter always says hi daddy and today, my son said, love dada. He is 10 months old. Can you imagine how precious this is? It just, another tear up moment is what that was. So tonight was perfect for this post. We all had wonderful hugs and loving.
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