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    LifeInShadesOfGrey is offline Just a little bit silly :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Want2TTC View Post
    Amazing aren't they?

    Ive been unwell for about 18 months now and have struggled to keep working in that time. I was recently diagnosed with MS so we talked about it and DP didnt want me working while we were going through more tests, medication and therapies. She just wants me to focus on dealing with it and adjusting.
    She's the best
    That must've great to have that support. My mum has MS and my dad has been an awesome help!

    I'm grateful that my mum is still managing her MS and that there is a lot of research going into finding a cure.

    Im grateful that I have an adorable DD who is thriving despite her reflux and just amazes me every day with all the new things she's able to do. Her latest attempts to blow raspberries and failing just melts my heart.

    I'm grateful that my DH does all that he can to share the load of housework and looking after DD whilst also working long hours and supporting us financially so I don't have to go back to work (even though I still will for my own sanity and employability once DD is in school).

    I'm grateful that we have the support of 4 grandparents who are going to help with childcare so we don't have to put DD into paid childcare so hopefully less getting sick!

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    Everything. My life, God, all of his awe inspiring creation, the abundance of food we have as so.many do not, My Family, the roof over my head, my DH and DD. That im a sahm while my dh works hard to take care of us.

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    Grateful for a healthy family.
    Grateful for a DF who loves me.
    Grateful for wonderful in-laws.
    Grateful for newfound friends.
    Grateful for financial security.

    Grateful for the ultimate life, I honestly can't complain.

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    I'm grateful that, despite my sole diet of chicken nuggets, deli ham, canned soups, imported dates, and McDonald's sundaes in the last term of pregnancy, DD was born extremely healthy and suffers no health problems.

    Not repeating that in this pregnancy!

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    That after 5 days ds seems to be finally on the tail end of a tummy bug i said to my mum 'seriously I never realised how EXHAUSTING sitting on my **** all day can be' (ds refused to move from my lap when awake and my arms when asleep).

    I am glad he was still nursing as his 5 days of living on 1 orange or one wheat bix would have seriously stressed me out otherwise.

    Mostly though i am just grateful for this

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nemmi View Post
    That after 5 days ds seems to be finally on the tail end of a tummy bug i said to my mum 'seriously I never realised how EXHAUSTING sitting on my **** all day can be' (ds refused to move from my lap when awake and my arms when asleep).

    I am glad he was still nursing as his 5 days of living on 1 orange or one wheat bix would have seriously stressed me out otherwise.

    Mostly though i am just grateful for this

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    He is gorgeous Nemmi x

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    I am grateful that I am a Mummy to two gorgeous children and a wife to my darling husband. I am grateful for their love and support even on the days when I dont feel like I deserve it. *runs off to give them a kiss*


 

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