Saturday, July 24, 2010
What a relief it was to be able to lay down in a bed and stretch after long hours of sitting in a cramped space inside an airplane. When we got home our house was not in total disaster but just in disarray. Ralph did try his best keep the house in order but he can only do so much. He has also been working overtime while we were away. He may had to do radar detector in his police car, do check points for DUI or do some race escort for the city. The whole time we have been away he only had 3 days of time all to himself. I am so proud of my husband for being such a good provider and being a good man.The very least I could do for my husband is to take care of him, our kids and just be there for him when he needs me. Hopefully in 3 years time he won't have to work as much.
July has been a very memorable month for my MIL, Kaitlyn and I. We journeyed thousand of miles in order for us to go back home and see my family once again. But I will write about that experience another time. While in Cebu, Philippines I realized that my youngest daughter is no longer a baby. I look at her and see how much she has developed and improve daily. I had to hold on to my tears when I was folding the baby clothes I had bought for my godchildren. I realized that she could no longer fit on those clothes and wished she was a baby once more. It made me long for another child once more. Husband and I had discussed that we would be trying for another baby when I get back from my vacation. It's high time we try to add to our brood of 2 and maybe have another girl. Well, MIL and hubby would like a boy but I prefer a girl only because I have girls and I feel like I wouldn't know how to raise a boy,lol. But no matter the sex of the new baby I would love it with all my heart. I'm just hoping that we will be blessed soon.