Monday, October 18, 2010

Thank God for Mommy

Obviously, I write mostly about being a dad. I mean, it's the only thing I know when it comes to parenting, right? But today, I just wanted to take some quick time to say: THANK GOD FOR MOMMY!!!

Having been sick the last two days with sinus problems and the worst headaches in my life, it is needless to say that I was quite useless around the house as I spent most of my time sleeping, or laying on the couch. It was quite pathetic really. But, there was a super force in the house that kept everything running as it should. MOMMY TO THE RESCUE!!!

My wife is great! I'll say it again: My wife is great! Always there to support me and help me when I am not feeling well. Taking care of the two kids, as well as the big baby on the couch. She kept the household running when I was unable to help out. I guess maybe she can do it all on her own. I have to admit I have not always been the biggest support for her, or praised her when she deserved it fully! So this post is for her!

Dear Wifey,

I am sorry for the times I have not given you the praise you deserve, and that I have not always shown the full extent of my love for you. I am sorry for the harsh words, and any words spoken out of anger without thinking. I praise you for the mommy that you are. For always being aware of all things related to our two kiddos. I thank you for always knowing how to take care of them, and to take care of me.

I thank you for being a great and faithful wife. Thank you fore sticking by me despite my many faults, and my many weaknesses. Thank you for taking care of me when I am sick (or just trying to be pitiful and cute) and for never leaving my side. Thank you for always being the light of my life.




7 comments:

life in a pink fibro said...

Aw shucks. To think you came up with this while you were suffering from Man Flu and everything. :-) Well done!

jana said...

Awww... that is so sweet :)
She's a lucky girl to have you!

jen said...

Very nice. I'm sure she appreciates it.

JC Little said...

Oh. Gosh. That was really sweet! *sniff*

Jason said...

I have to agree 100%. I couldn't do it without my wife. They are the glue that keeps us from falling apart and the padded helmet that keeps us from hurting ourselves.

leebodenmiller said...

I've been feeling this too about my wife. I'm trying to do better at keeping my word, helping her out, and pushing my limits (cooking) to show how much I appreciate her. Thanks for sharing!

Megan (Best of Fates) said...

So sweet - isn't it great when you really need someone and they show up?

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