On the other hand, she beams every time she sees me. I'm the one who can really console her. She follows me around constantly and imitates my every move. She holds me like no one else in the world. She has shown me a love like no other. That is what makes me so happy on Mother's Day.
Granted, I'll spend that wonderful made up holiday wiping her nose and worrying about her bad cough. Making sure she doesn't have a fever and keeps drinking liquids. And probably putting her in her crib for a time out for slapping me but I wouldn't have it any other way. Well... a massage, a mimosa and sleeping in would be better. But like my friend Sandra says
"Querias ser madre, coge ser madre." "You wanted to be a Mom, take that!" And I gladly will. Ay Mama!
I appreciate your blog comments. As a fellow Boricua, it makes me proud to my very own so accomplished and so committed to familia. My wife Maria & I are fans and we are confident that you have a great journalistic career unfolding before you.
I am here because I am in a pickle and I was wondering if I can get your help. I preside over the Midwest region of the National Hispanic Sales Network and we need a host for our June 23, event in Oak Brook. Was not sure how else to contact you. Would you consider it? Please let me know.
Bueno Nena te la comiste,we are very proud of my Niece and God Child, te quiero, Tio Jose
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