Wednesday, 19 November 2008

Swing!

This is my 23 month year old son, he loves train, nibbling oranges, drinking warm milk, and enjoying wind blowing on his face when his dad push him on a swing.
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It's a strange thing that 2 year ago probably I had never imagine how he will looked like or how cute he'll be (well, I think he is cute anyway despite of small eyes and flat nose, others opinion did not count, this called the dellusion of parenthood!!!). Yet now, he is the best things that God ever gave to me and my husband.
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After a tiring day at work, buried in deadline, incosiderate colleague or pressurising boss. Suddenly all those washed within second when I see a smile like this on his face.

9 comments:

Liss said...

It is amazing how children change your life. I really can’t remember what I did before my children were born. So very, the smallest smile from them can wipe away all the stress inside you. Children are a true gift from god and should be cherished.

Before my internet access died I read your post about the death of the baby in England. It sickens me that someone can intentionally and deliberately do that much harm to an innocent child. I also think are their woman out that they are so desperate to feel loved by a man that they ignore the bad treatment of their children. I could never be with a man that did not respect my children. Parents are meant to protect their children and the saddest thing about this story is in is not just a one off incident.

I have dial up access at the moment and can not see all of your blog. I will be back on line fully this weekend. Thanks for still popping by my blog.

J.H said...

yes, the bible said that children are god's reward. You are right, I don't know what did I do last time before children (I called it : BC), but I had never want it back. It is nice to hold his little body and feel his little hand hugging my neck.
Suddenly, I forgot about recession... haha!

Wayfaring Wanderer said...

Awe.....so sweet.....I don't have babies myself.....but I also enjoy their smiling little faces.....I can't wait to see my nephew when I go home for Thanksgiving.

Ellena said...

Yup!!! True.. i totally agreed that Children are the most precious gift from GOD. No matter what we faced, how bad shape we are... when we see their cute little smile, hear their voice calling us... feel their warm small little hand... every bits and pieces of our misery are gone beneath the wind.........

Thank God for this precious that he had given us....... :)

J.H said...

wayfaring,
love doesn't always have to posses :-) I hope you have a great thanksgiving!

ellena,
you are so fortunate to have Reyon by your side during ups and downs. Though he might understand very little things, but it's a great comfort to know someone who loves you no matter what you are.

sharilyn said...

ah, yes...the joys children bring into our lives! i, sadly, do not have any of my own, but am always trying to stay involved in the lives of friends' kids and grandkids. they truly are wonderful, and i love the moments i get to spend with some!

AG said...

not just the smile, jeh.. but also the iler.. hohohohohohohoho.. *nyengir2* tapi beneran, emang anak elo lutuuu.. dengan pipi tembemnyaaaaa... huhuhu.. kalo anak gw nanti cewq, bisa kita jodohin.. kalo anak gw cowoq, bisa jadi saudara angkat.. *gaya ngomong ala film silat...* :p

Stardust said...

Hey dear, I may not be good with children, but I must say that there surely is this superstar element in them. ;)

Your boy is a darling. I like the 'shape' he is, plump. Heheh. The angel will grow up so quickly! My lil bro is born when I was 15, but he's now going to serve in the army!! I still miss his small naughty hands all over my head.

What a heartfelt post. =)

J.H said...

hi all,
I just watched the news about 1500 orphans in Goma. Probably I won't feel so heart broken as I am now as parent seeing those children as the age on my son sleeping on the floor one next to another simply because there is no space in the orphanage. I just count how blessed my son is able to face tomorrow carelessly.
I think everyone agree. You don't have a child to feel the warm feeling around them :-)