That they exist. After some struggles, I was late getting to motherhood and one of my kids came close to dying as a baby. So for me even having a family is something of a miracle. The same is true at the other end: my parents are elderly, and live several hundred miles away from where we do, and my father has cancer so every opportunity to see them is precious.
The good relations that persist regardless of the fact that we're so different. My husband is quiet and reserved, my daughter rambunctious at home but shy outside the home, and I'm organised and a control-freak
My family are all very affectionate. We might have occasional disagreements, but they never last long, and whenever there is an emergency, we can absolutely rely on each other to drop everything and come running to help.
I love how my two-year old daughter can make me laugh or smile; when I’m feeling sad, scared, or having problems with something she seems to take it all away. And I also love the fact of how we are there for each other when we are going through tough times. When people go through tough times in their lives you, find out who is there for you, and it usually is family rather than friends.
My son passed away over two years ago. Sadness filled my life. My granddaughter was born one month before this. And all that little girl has to do is enter the room and I felt the sun shinning in my heart. Our little girl brought is through this
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