What would you like you children to know about you?

So to Baba what do I want you to know about me…

1) I love you there is nothing to say on this matter really. I thought I knew what love was I was so incredibly wrong, when you came along I loved you like I had never loved anyone before. Even more than your Daddy. I would do anything for you, I would lay my life down for you, happily just to save you. The love I have for you is unconditional, it is painful, heartbreaking and makes feel every emotion 1000x heavier than I have ever felt them before. I can never express to you in words how much I love you.

2) I am spoilt and I still throw a strop if I don’t get my own way. I try to curb it so that you don’t see it, but I like my own way. I am your mother so you know what I will have my own way. Please don’t try to change it, I will get grumpy.

3) I have been on an 18-30’s holiday. I have been away with the girls, so don’t try to lie to me about what you get up to when you are older! I know…

4) I would always rather know the truth than be lied to. The truth we can sort out, the lies we can’t. I don’t care how bad you think it is, I would still rather know, you know the bit in the first one, the unconditional love. Yeah that, I want the truth.

5) I hate being ignored when I speak to you. Your father does it all the time, do not develop this habit, if you want me to scream and shout this is the way forward I promise you. Even if it is just a grunt just acknowledge that you heard it OK!

Note’s From Home, is holding a great Friday Carnival this week, five things you want your children to know about you. This is the first time that I have participated in this, but thought that it was a fantastic post idea. I first saw Metal Mummy’s post on this, and then found out about the carnival. Please go and look at all the other posts!

Five Things I Want Baba To Know About Me
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8 thoughts on “Five Things I Want Baba To Know About Me

  • February 24, 2011 at 11:02 pm
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    Fab post Kerry, I am joining in tomorrow. You have some great ones there, ones I wish I had thought of! lol

    Love the new header. Mich x

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    • February 24, 2011 at 11:05 pm
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      Thank you and thank you about the header as well xx

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    • February 24, 2011 at 11:11 pm
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      They can’t get it past us can they xx

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  • February 24, 2011 at 11:08 pm
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    I’m spoilt too!

    I throw a good wobbler, I can tell ya!!

    x

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    • February 24, 2011 at 11:10 pm
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      So do I always ends up with Mr L saying “You spoilt brat” and giving me what I want anyway! xxx

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  • February 28, 2011 at 1:27 pm
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    Fab post. I really love the bit when you wrote ‘the truth we can sort out, the lies we can’t’ – that’s so true, I think I’m going to start saying that to my children who have a habit of not always telling the truth 😉 x

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    • March 1, 2011 at 3:59 pm
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      My nan used to always say it to us as children and I think I have probably heard it from my mum a couple of times, I think it is a really important saying. We can sort the truth, the lies well you can’t sort them out, they are lies it is something I really believe in. xxx

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