Im grateful for my DSs health. I had to call an ambulance for him yesterday as he had an asthma attack and he's been in hospital ever since . He's very unwell but it could be so much worse . Sitting in this children's ward listening to so many children screaming and in pain has broken my heart, honestly it has. * sob *
I do not know how parents endure this life , living in and out of hospitals with chronically ill children . I am so grateful for my sons health, he may be an unwell boy but it could be so much worse :-(
DS - 20 months
DD - 6 months
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Im grateful for waking up next to my amazing DP every day.
Im grateful that hes my voice of reason when i have none.
Im grateful for my friends and family in Tassie, who love me unconditionally, despite my choices and decisions taking me away from them for so long.
Im grateful for those same friends and family who are totally accepting of my DP and welcome him, and work to incorporate his religion into Christmas so hes still able to be included, even though it means changing our tradition and theyve never met him before.
Im grateful for whoever invented panadol osteo for my hips.
Im grateful for every day i wake up.
26-03-2012 07:55 #64
I hope it's ok for me to resurrect this one. I'm inspired by the 'are you happy' thread.
This morning I'm grateful for the way the dew sparkled on the grass at the park when I took my dog for walk. And for my dog's exceptional behaviour and self control when passing other dogs! (he usually loses it!).
26-03-2012 08:28 #65
Today I'm grateful that I have a healthy child, a roof to put over his head and food to put on the table. I'm grateful for my husband who cares for him (and me!) and I'm grateful that I have friends and family that care for me. Everything else is a bonus hehe.
26-03-2012 08:31 #66
Today I'm grateful that my DH has 2 weeks off to spend with myself and DS
26-03-2012 08:49 #67
Im grateful, that it didnt rain today so i could walk my ds to school and not hafto ring around and find someone to take him for me.
26-03-2012 09:00 #68
I'm grateful to my MIL for looking after DS one day a week while I work. One less day of day care for us to worry about, and I know DS loves hanging out with his Grandma :-)
26-03-2012 09:05 #69
I am grateful for my amazing DH and for my beautiful, healthy and strong newborn baby girl.
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26-03-2012 09:35 #70
I'm grateful that my mum is here to help me with my kids and the housework while I struggle my way through the last weeks of what has been a difficult pregnancy.
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