Back when I was in the trenches of early motherhood, the days with the demanding toddler, emotionally charged with raging emotions, and the tiny baby, the moving to a new country where I knew no one, those trenches, back in those days I used to look at women who had “stopped” having more kids and think to myself – what on earth do you do with your days?
I could not imagine my life any farther in the future than the next nappy change or feed, the next nightmare trip to the grocery store alone with the girls, or the next tantrum. It was like living in a haze.
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It’s been just under a month since we said our last goodbyes to mum.
Despite the boyfriends pleas that I don’t talk about it [ to the world that is ; he’s been a rock and is a great listener] apparently I am being morbid. I am single handily depressing and boring the blogosphere. I thought I’d go a head and do an update anyway .. on life.
Life after mum.
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Every now and then I read a quote and wish I’d thought of it. This is genius in simplicity and has a flawless execution.
In life we all have defining moments, experiences or levels of ability that can have a negative impact on us.
Or we can be a broken crayon; altered by the process but still a crayon of colour and delight. I guess how we handle the events or abilities is our decision and perhaps is more powerful than the event or ability itself.
When our little girl passed away just days after she was born, we became the new parents without the need to push a pram. We became people…
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