As my daughter grows I see more and more of her personality. She is one of the funniest kids I know (in my unbiased opinion of course). However, this week she has shown more than humor. She has become a very compassionate, and very comforting daughter.
I continue to struggle with my morning (or should I say all day) sickness. It seems to be getting worse as time goes on. There are some days when I can’t even stand up without gagging or running to the nearest sink. Yesterday was an extremely hard day. I can’ t help but feel guilty as I watch my husband work his regular jobs at church as well as doing dishes, taking care of Sophia, and cleaning the house. I really appreciate all his work.
We have had several people tell us that we are probably going to have twins. But we will find out for sure today at our ultrasound.
Anyway, through all my sickness my little girl has been the most comforting. As I’m laying on the couch she comes over and kisses my forehead and says, “You are my sweetheart.” Yesterday, she gave me a nice shoulder rub and said, “You are my best friend.” And last night after gagging a while she rubs my arm and says, “You can throw up, babe, its okay.” How does a two year old have so much kindness and comfort. I love her so much.