What's your fondest memory with your child?
For me, seeing my daughter for the first time was memorable.
Playing under the dining room table with my sister. We would blow up this little balloon and twist it really tight (because neither of us had the strength to tie it in a knot.) We would toss it back and forth to each other like a hot potato until it finally zipped across the room and made us giggle. I was 6 and she was just over two, but we still both remember like it was last week.
I m married for four years and am longing to have a child, to make memories. having a child is a blessing.
The fondest memories for me keep changing as they do new, funny, momorable things. The more they talk the more interesting and fun things happen too. It's great watching their little personalities grow.
It is when they (I have two) are asleep and their faces are so angelic. I love to see them sleeping next to each other like that and then I quietly leave the room.
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