There are days when I feel like I haven’t spent any time with my husband for weeks, and we never get to do anything fun as a family.
There are days when work is so frustrating that I don’t know why I bother.
There are days when the fog of sleep deprivation is so heavy that even a smile seems too much effort.
There are days when I miss my family so much I can’t stand to live in England any longer.
There are days when, again, I didn’t get a chance to write.
There are days when the house is so dirty I worry it might start leading a life of it’s own.
There are days when everything seems to go wrong.
And then there are days when…..all of the above.
But then, on one of those days where you just can’t see anything positive, you turn away from the sink full of dirty dishes and you see your husband feeding your child and both of them laugh. And all of a sudden your horrible day turns into what you have always wanted.
- Happy 1st birthday ‘Being Mummy’! (elskenewman.com)