I'm grateful for DP.
She works 50 hours, studies another 30 and keeps up with the bigger household chores.
She has done all of this since I got Ill. She doesnt want me stressing about having to work while I'm coming to terms with my illness, and although the original plan was I stay home and take care of the housework, she will still clean the bathroom, vacuum etc when she can tell I am having a bad day. And never once has she resented me for it.
I love her to the moon and back xx
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03-08-2012 15:20 #11
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03-08-2012 15:21 #12
Im great full that my gorgeous little girl is still with me, Dispite the odds being against her for the last 6.5 years she is still here and kicking butt
03-08-2012 17:09 #13
I'm grateful for pretty much everything... Especially my gorgeous boy. I don't have money but that's ok. At this point life is lovely with DS and I, and I choose to be single for that reason. I used to think friends pittied me being a single mum, but I now think many of them envy my freedom and the spesh bond I have with DS.
03-08-2012 17:20 #14
Right now, Panadol.
03-08-2012 17:21 #15
My gorgeous Kimba cat
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03-08-2012 17:24 #16
03-08-2012 17:32 #17wishes she was a glow worm. A glow worm's never glum, 'cos how can you be grumpy when the sun shines out of your bum?
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I am great full for my 2 beautiful children an my unborn bubble who I love with all my heart already xxx
I am also great full to have the most supportive parents in the world. I love them so so much.
I'm also also great full to have a roof over our heads and food in our tummies and warmth and love
03-08-2012 17:35 #18
I am so grateful that I have DS and another bouncing bean on the way, despite the odds
I am also grateful for my dh working two jobs and never complaining, just so that we can get by
I love them all more than words could describe!
03-08-2012 17:47 #19
I am so grateful that after 7 cycles of IVF I am 29 weeks pregnant. It's the most nerve racking time for me after everything we have been through but every time I feel bub kick I get this huge smile that lasts for hours & lights up my world.
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03-08-2012 17:49 #20
I love that cat! Adorable!!
Grateful for my children, my DH and the country I live in. Not much money to go 'round either but my DH has a job..another thing I am grateful for.
I'm also grateful to BubHub for assembling some amazing women in here.
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