Sometimes I feel so emotional and overwhelmed in regards to how much I love my hubby and kids.
When we got married my thoughts were "oh god I am so happy and in love, it can't get any better" then we had our first ds and the love you feel for your child is just out of this world then when I was pregnant with our second ds I was worried I wouldn't have enough love left but he was born and somehow there is plenty of love left.
I watch my boys sometimes and tears well in my eyes, I feel so blessed to be married to a wonderful husband and have 2 beautiful boys!!
Can anyone else relate?
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25-11-2011 13:18 #1
Overwhelmed with love?!
25-11-2011 13:21 #2Senior Member
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Absolutely, but when I try to talk about it people try to bring it down. If I say how much I love DP it's apparantly because we've "only been together a few years" and it will "wear off and get harder". When I talk about DS - "wait til he's a teenager".
But I love them they are the highlight of my day every day.
25-11-2011 13:25 #3
I can relate. I honestly don't know how I would live my life without DH and DS. Sometimes I just sit and watch DS sleeping and get a little teary over how perfect he is
25-11-2011 13:26 #4has left the building
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Mmm i wouldn't say i'm 'overwhelmed' with love on a constant basis but there are times i think about DH and think 'How the hell did i get so lucky' and just want to burst into tears of joy and i love my DD's, they are always making me smile (even though they drive me nuts at times too).
I love my little family very much.
I'm a hopeless romantic though...
25-11-2011 13:43 #5
I feel it too, like you're just bursting with love and joy at how perfect our little family is and you're heart skips a beat and you get butterflies all over again.
25-11-2011 14:03 #6
I remember crying to DP recently about how overwhelmed I was by how much I loved her, and that I didn't believe it could get any better so I was scared it'd all disappear.
I love her so, so much. I am so lucky to have met her.
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21-01-2012 15:46 #7
Absolutely OP - your first post describes my life perfectly
It was only yesterday evening that I welled up watching my little boy and his father playing outside. I am so incredibly lucky I also find myself welling up at how amazing my relationship with my daughter's father is...things were so different 10 years ago but now my 2 best friends are the 2 men who've fathered my children. Love them both dearly and I know it's reciprocated ♥
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21-01-2012 21:55 #9Member
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Although my two daughters drive me bananas, especially DD1 who is almost 3...I love them more then anything I can even describe! DD1 is a passionate, sensitive little person - Her smile is to die for and her laughter is like music. DD2 who is 7 months is so squishy and cute! I love it when she is naked and I can see her little belly poking out - I just want to eat her up! And when she is concentrating her lips stick out in an O shape - it is my favourite! All I want to do is smother them with love and cuddles and kisses....and it makes me want to have another baby too
22-01-2012 07:02 #10
My little family consistes of my amazingly gorgeous and happy son, 2 awesome cats, and one new puppy. We live in a gorgeous big old house in a nice suburb and I work from home in my own business. I couldn't be happier, my little man and I are so close, a little team, he is my heart, my life, and has always been the most perfect baby.
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