April 12, 2012


Bauer stayed home from school today ill. So here we sit, in our pajamas, watching Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. I have been on the computer catching up on emails, checking the news, etc and I decided for some reason to check Facebook. I'm not a big Facebooker. I don't think I have ever posted anything on there but I do occasionally go on and see what other people are up to. I saw that a couple of friends had read this article: "Your Children Want YOU!" so I decided it was worth a read. As I was reading the story, I heard the sweet voice of my baby boy from the floor say "I Love You Mama!" Just out of nowhere. He had no idea I was reading this story or that I was wondering what kind of a mom I was. He was just watching his show and felt like letting me know that he loves me. Then he said "Who's the best?" "You are!" I said "Nope. Guess again." "Mickey Mouse." I guessed. "No! YOU are Mommy!" I gave him a huge hug and a kiss and told him how much that meant to me and of course tears started rolling down my cheeks (I blame pregnancy hormones). So that sweet little guy wiped the tears from my eyes and told me no more crying and gave me a big love. How DOES he do it? How does he always seem to know when I need things like that? And how does he always know exactly what to say and how to say it?

1 comment:

Momberger said...

What I want to know is how do I cry EVERY TIME I read one of your posts! Its amazing. BRING ON THE BANANA!! I want to know as soon as You head to the hospital!