I have always thought dh wanted a little girl and felt as though taken back with what to do with our dd. She always was very cuddly with me and dh felt like he was missing out on everything being at work.
One day a couple of weeks back as soon as my dh walked through the front door, dd looked at him and he came over to say hi and she gave him the biggest smile and let out a rather long squeal of joy.
Melted my heart for sure!
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02-03-2014 21:34 #11
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02-03-2014 21:35 #12
This morning when I finished feeding DS (1yo) in bed I sat up to vomit due to morning sickness. DH walked in to see DS standing up cuddling my head and holding my hair while I spewed. Such a little sweetie, loves randomly giving me cuddles and kisses. Such a nice age
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02-03-2014 21:51 #13
Been struggling to get 10mnth old DD to sleep tonight. She kept sitting up, crying for a few seconds then laying back down on my chest to suck her thumb for a bit before repeating the process. So she lifts her head one time and I think 'here we go again.' Instead she crawl up to my face, kisses my cheek and then lays back down on my chest and goes to sleep without further fuss.
02-03-2014 22:34 #14
I had my first extended time away (3hrs!) from DD 17w today. When I walked in she smiled, squealed and then snuggled into me for a cuddle. Best feeling ever!
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02-03-2014 22:53 #15
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02-03-2014 23:56 #16
I have a newborn so they are coming hard & fast at the moment. But the first time my DD snuggled into my shoulder nook & fell asleep with one arm kind of around my neck - so special.
03-03-2014 01:33 #17
DD (22 months) will say she's ready to go to bed. DS (6yo) will say 'come on darling' and take her by the hand and help her get into bed. He will then either read her a book or cuddle her whilst I read them both a story. Makes me so proud of him. I will often catch him stop what he's doing, go and give her a kiss and then go back to what he's doing. Tonight he asked her if she wanted a foot massage and he got my moisturiser and rubbed her feet. DD will go and get him his school uniform or find a lolly/biscuit/chocolate and give it to him rather than have it for herself. She will also pat him like a cat and hold his hand.
Just watching these two brings tears to my eyes. I hope they continue to be good to each other.
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03-03-2014 05:31 #18Senior Member
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When I jumped in the car yesterday and dd (18 months) goes "hi mum"! Pretty simple but made me go awww
03-03-2014 07:02 #19
DD went up to DH on the couch yesterday, wrapped her arms around his neck and said "Daddy I love you! You and me are gonna get married" nawwwww!
03-03-2014 07:21 #20
Every morning DD and I do 15mins of speech therapy "homework". DH distracts 15mth old DS so he doesn't bother us. Every day when we finish, DS comes running down the hall yelling "mumma mumma" like he hasn't seem me for days. Melts my heart every time.
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