This was taken in '06. We just brought my daughter home from the hospital. I still remember the tiredness I felt.
So she is almost 6 yrs old today, in school now.. I bet you think back to those newborn days --I just KNOW how very precious every moment, every milestone must be for you & your husband, beings this was your miracle daughter....your one & only, that the sun, moon & stars shine upon in your lives... I bet she gets some spoiling!
Yes. She will be six next month on the 27th, going into 1st grade. She is very proud of herself, looks like her father, and is a miniature me. She is being tested for the advance classes this year, too. She is very smart.
Thinking back on those moments, she was a very good baby. She slept through the night at 3 weeks and had to be waken up for her feedings.
Very spoiled. If we say no to something she wants, her grandparents will buy it for her. For my mother and my MIL, she is their only grandchild.
I am talking as a SAHM at the time. Now, I'm working on completing this novel (while my husband works to keep us). My husband worked to support us, and I have been extremely appreciative of that. He changed the first diaper. However, I was the one who woke up to feed her, waking her to eat. My husband would come home at 11 pm, and I would have a hot meal for him ready. As I said, it was the least I could do for him. There was days on his days off that he would take care of her and let me sleep in. It was an even trade-off.
~~~ SW ~~~
~ A woman was sipping on a glass of wine, while sitting on the patio with her husband. She says, "I love you so much, I don't know how I could ever live without you". Her husband asks, "Is that you or the wine talking?"...She replies, "It's me ... talking to the wine.