Sucking It Up

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35 Responses

  1. My Reflecting Pool says:

    I know exactly what you mean. Fills you right up.

  2. choochoo says:

    The pooch luves me especially much today. Hard typing with big dog on lap, it is…

  3. actonbell says:

    How wonderful it is to realize how happy you are, at this moment, instead of just looking back on it. Congratulations:)

  4. Em says:

    That total, over the top, unconditional love that comes from young kids is just awesome.

  5. susan says:

    Nobody can love as fiercely as a child.

  6. frannie says:

    that is exactly how I feel about my son. I have never been as perfect and never will I be again.

  7. That Chick Over There says:

    Amazing, isn’t it?

  8. Tai says:

    I think it’s wonderful, but I’d like to add that as a grown up child (35 now) I love my mother as much or more now because I KNOW my mother.
    As I child I loved her as a child…today I love her as an equal.
    Hopefully, that is something to look forward to. If that made any sense at all.

  9. my4kids says:

    That is soo sweet!

  10. Lone Grey Squirrel says:

    I is jealus. Is Wee Niblet available for loan?

  11. Claire says:

    Yes, and it is also sweet when they grow up into strapping men. Then they love you still, not sweetly, but protectively. You will be amazed at how adorable morphed into manly.

  12. lime says:

    you are so right. you savor every moment and hopefully ti sustains you through the ‘eye rolling, door slamming’ stage known as adolescence.

    beautiful picture!

  13. oreneta says:

    Savour it ….it is so sweet….and astonishing an honour.

  14. Diana says:

    Yes. That is true. And doesn’t it make your eyes tear a bit to realize that? I’m trying hard to store up all those “I love you’s” myself.

  15. Hammer says:

    Kids are great. Those moments make the other aggravation seem insignificant

  16. Glamourpuss says:

    And in realising is, experiencing it consciously, you are doubly blessed.

    Puss

  17. Maddy says:

    Being a mum is the best job in the world.
    Best wishes

  18. kimber the wolfgrrrl says:

    Nothing compares to a child’s love. Absolutely nothing. 🙂

  19. Jeannie says:

    Wait until he comes home drunk when he’s 26 and won’t go to bed until you’ve said you love him back and give him a hug. Now that’s when you know you’ve been a good mom

  20. Logophile says:

    Aaah yes, it’s true, and beautiful and you are truly blessed.

  21. WanderingGirl says:

    And that’s exactly as it should be.

  22. Steve says:

    Now that’s bloggin’. I’m weeping in less than 30 seconds. Niblet is no cornball.

  23. Whippersnapper says:

    Aaaaaaww. And yeah, ya gotta appreciate it, because by the time they hit five they’ve got you all figured out. And (well, in my case anyway) that’s just not a good thing.

  24. chelle says:

    awww totally.

  25. jen says:

    it’s another one of those things that i had no idea about and yet am so damn happy to experience.

  26. furiousBall says:

    that was sweet. i’m electronically high fiving you in my mind…since i’m doing it in my mind you’d think i would take the unpersonalized electronics out of it, but that’s the cold hearted bastard that i am

  27. Diesel says:

    Just imagine how much he’ll love you when he’s 16!

  28. Top cat says:

    What a beautiful post and a beautiful child.:)
    tc

  29. Patience says:

    Awww! Cute pic! Four-year-old love is da best!

  30. Shari says:

    Awwww. How sweet.

  31. Theresa says:

    There’s nothing like it in the whole world, is there?

  32. heartinsanfrancisco says:

    What a great and adorable picture. These moments will give you comfort years from now when he discovers OTHER girls. (Sorry, Sweetie. You did know that would happen, didn’t you?)

  33. Princess Pointful says:

    The photo complements your words perfectly.

    Enjoy it 🙂

  34. CS says:

    I still, bllessedly, get that kind of love form my amost-eleven-year old who still loves me passionately. I treaure it.

  35. Mother of Invention says:

    That’s a keeper all right! File it away and pull it out when he’s 17 and fighting you over the car!

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