*pardon the grainy quality of the photo it is taken by my camera phone.
i was in a corporate world for 8 years before i left it and decided to be stay-at-home mom. being a mother (and stay-at-home) is a very taxing, draining job. there were days i just want to pull all my heart out of my head. or hide in the bathroom and pretend there's no toddler is screaming outside the door. sometimes i just want to cover my ears so i won't hear her wailing.
nobody was ever prepared to be a mother.
i am blessed to have a very active, highly opinionated and intuitive girl, so most days by 5 o'clock in the afternoon with no naps i'm always drained. she's always climbing, always wanting to have a dance party, and always, always asking a million and one question.
i do have a very "challenging" daughter as my brother points out.
she maybe like that but i want her like she is now. i will never trade her for anything. i'm happy she's like that. i'm happy that she wants me all the time, clingy, and needy. i know this will not last forever.
so, tomorrow i will again chase her, dance with her and answers her one million questions.
our photobooth session today.
"a bushel and a peck though you make my heart a wreck. make my heart a wreck and you make my life a mess. make my life a mess, yes a mess of happiness." -doris day
indigo's favourite song especially if she wants me to hug her around the neck .