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Wednesday, August 27, 2008

BEING A MOTHER


About 2 - 3 years ago my whole life changed. I got married and gained two children through my husband and I was also expecting a baby. So I gained 3 kids in less than six months. My oldest is almost 15. He is definitely a teenager. It isn't to bad for me though since I am only 24 and just recently came out of those years. The one thing that I don't get is that he is a boy. I have a hard enough time trying to understand how men think or the things that go through their minds. And now I have a teenage male who doesn't yet even understand himself. How in the hell should I know why he does some of the things he does or the problems he faces? Then there is the 8 year. She is in the stage where she thinks she knows it all. She acts like a teenager sometimes with her attitude, but yet still wants to be the baby. It is great to see her be able to do or try out new things. We have been getting her into different sports to see which ones she will enjoy. She just starting second grade and finally she seems to be enjoying school. She kind of worried me for the past two years, because she wasn't really liking going to school and she was having attention issues there. She seem to get in trouble quite a bit for talking or being disrespectful to others. She seems to be doing great now though. The baby of the house just turned two and she has been progressing great with her developmental skills. She is my one and only natural child. And she is my world. People always talk about how terrible the twos can be, but I never hear how funny and cute they can be at this age. Everyday she has a new word or idea about something and never hesitates on anything. She doesn't seem to be scared of anything.







I love being a mother. I know that I can handle anything that may come. I don't really know what I would do without my kids.
They are my world.














1 comment:

the country life said...

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