A new miracle

Today one of my best friends become a mother for the second time. She was in the hospital for 5 days straight, but they finally decided on C-section.  Almost two hours later, a beautiful baby girl came to this world and brought joy to the whole family.

I am so happy for them – having a baby is a miracle and we should cherish this opportunity for the rest of our life.

Welcome to this world, little one! Happy birthday! May God give you a long and happy life! 

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Love You Forever

Love You Forever by Robert Munsch

I found yesterday a beautiful book. I actually cried after I was done reading it. Some mothers will really like it. Later on, I found the audio version and I posted it here. Just listen to it!

Kudos to the author – he expressed in a very interesting manner a mother’s life.

 

So happy

Today we had the 2 1/2 pediatric visit with our little one. I was a little scared, because my boy is afraid of doctors and to go into new buildings. But we “survived” with the minimum crying and fussing.

It was a surprise for my husband and me to see that no shots (vaccines) were needed at this stage. We don’t do the FLU vaccine, so that is out of the question. We are up-to-date with all the vaccines and the pediatric mentioned that the next visit with vaccines will be at age 4.

As I said, happy that was not today, but a little confused that it’s such a big gap between  vaccines.

Was this happening to you too?

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