DD5 is a fantastic swimmer. Best in her class, beautiful technique, can swim all 4 strokes...even butterfly. Makes me so proud to watch her race up the pool then have a rest while everyone catches up.
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22-08-2013 22:29 #11
22-08-2013 22:30 #12
Putting my son to bed tonight, after we read our story I was tucking him in and saying goodnight, and he looked at me and said "mum you are a wonderful mummy" paused to think then said " and daddy is a wonderful dad, can you tell him for me please"? Amazing little boy i have, I said back to him he's a wonderful son and we both love him so much, had tears on my face as I turned out the light, god I love my kid
22-08-2013 23:14 #13
I was telling of my 2yo for throwing her puffed corn around the lounge room and insisting she picked it up. She out right refused. DD1 (who is only 3) offered to help her and i told her it was lovely but DD2 needed to learn and do it herself. I counted to 3 and DD2 ended up in the naughty corner (a process she completely understands by the way) and then when her time out was over she went to pick it up as aksed and DD1 had done it for her.
I was so proud of DD1 for helping her sister, even if the excercise ended up lost on DD2. It warmed my heart that she went out of her way to help <3
22-08-2013 23:17 #14
DS is only 6 months but he is so clever, he has learnt to roll and can get anywhere he wants in seconds. He also lights up the minute DH or I come in the room or when he hears our voices. I truly didn't know my heart could love this much
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23-08-2013 07:03 #15
23-08-2013 08:07 #16
We live with my neice and nephew and DS(7) is always helping out his cousin (6) with anything he can. From encouraging him to eat his dinner, to negotiating on his behalf to only eat 2 more mouthfuls, helping him become accustomed to sleep in his own bed/room. He also helps his cousin with reading. He gets a lolly for every word he gets right. <3 It's so sweet.
23-08-2013 08:21 #17
DH had to pick DD (21 months) up from daycare yesterday as i was sick, when they got home DD came running in the door straight to me and said "love you mummy, get better" and gave me big hugs and kisses. Such a compassionate little soul
23-08-2013 10:28 #18Member
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I am constantly telling my DS2 how much I love him and how he makes me very happy, the other day I was changing DD6 months nappy when my DS came over and gave me the biggest cuddle and said to me I am very happy with you mummy I think my heart skipped a beat I am so in love
23-08-2013 12:33 #19
My beautiful ds (aged 6) said to me in the car this morning 'mum, when I go to heaven I know you will be waiting for me'. I asked how he knew this and he said 'because you will go first and you will wait for me because you know I will be scared and you know I don't like being scared'. Made me cry.
24-08-2013 08:36 #20
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