{Daughter Diaries} #2

Dear Blossom, your love of trucks, tractors and dinosaurs perfectly balance out your overuse of your incredibly girly pink cup. I guess it was inevitable that you would like pink when Mummy has such an aversion to it. I have not quite yet forgiven Daddy for leaving the blue cup in Costa, but they say time heals all wounds.Β Dear Bubbles, I had forgotten both the blessings and the curses of breastfeeding. Stroking your soft cheeks at regular intervals makes up for having to change my clothes at least three times a day. Praise the Lord for the invention of the washing machine!Β Dearest Daughters, last weekend you both settled for bed by 7.30pm, allowing me and Daddy to have our first date night of the new year. More of that please!

What did you do on your last date night?

6 thoughts on “{Daughter Diaries} #2

  1. Anna Williams January 23, 2015 / 13:43

    Date night? Don’t think we have had one of those since The Little Miss arrived!

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    • theopenhome January 23, 2015 / 14:49

      I am determined, Anna! It took us 7 years into our marriage to establish regular date nights and I don’t want to break the habit. Needless to say our date nights for the next few months are most definitely based at home and finish by 9.30pm!

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      • Anna Williams January 23, 2015 / 17:26

        I remember planning a date night. I cooked a lovely meal and bought a decent bottle of wine and The Little Mister had been reliably sleeping through the night. Needless to say this was the one night he woke up so we had a date with him sitting on Paul’s lap!

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        • theopenhome January 23, 2015 / 19:28

          ha, typical! However, I can’t remember the last time I had two men fighting to date me! πŸ˜‰

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  2. Cherie January 24, 2015 / 03:50

    Lovely post Jessica! Love hearing about life with your two darling girls.

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    • theopenhome January 25, 2015 / 08:30

      Thank you, Cherie. I’m really enjoying writing this series. It’s lovely to spend time reflecting of the joys of life with our two girls.

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