Him and me and baby makes three…

It’s been a weird few days since Ni arrived, I haven’t written about it yet because I still don’t quite know what to say. I guess I hadn’t prepared myself for the shift in day-to-day life. I hadn’t prepared myself for the adjustment time. I hadn’t really thought much beyond the excitement of having us all together. The excitement of sharing our daughter with him once more. The excitement at seeing the excitement on his face when he sees her do all the amazing things she does now.

Turns out there is a lot more to it than that. Obviously. But, I just didn’t think about it.

It’s wonderful to be together, it is great for me to have him back and it’s wonderful for Bo to have her daddy in her life again. But we are definitely in a transition period There is nothing easy about real relationships, (well certainly no relationship I have been in), there also isn’t a whole lot that is easy about co-existing, but something doesn’t have to be easy for it to be worth it. So we are taking it, the only way we know how, one step at a time. Trying to find time for words, trying to find the right words when there is time. Trying to find our feet. And we will, of course. In time.


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    Bettina - I love your honesty. Beautiful photos!ReplyCancel

  • December 3, 2012 - 3:42 am

    Erica - I know exactly what you mean by “there’s nothing easy about relationships,” especially after you’ve been apart for a while. I finally get to see my hubby in 2 days after 3 months apart so my baby girl and I are about to experience this as well.ReplyCancel

  • December 3, 2012 - 4:34 am

    Rinna - So honest and so beautiful, Sash. So true too xxReplyCancel

  • December 4, 2012 - 3:29 pm

    Little Harvard - So beautiful to see her walking, in the last picture like an angel with her wings spread. Sweet baby. You are really honest too, nice. I liked it. Anytime when you visit India, come to our place, it’s a beautiful place full of angels like yours, it’s Little Harvard, a day care and pre school.ReplyCancel

  • January 2, 2013 - 9:11 pm

    Vickie van der Linden - Magnificent photos………. honest about life ………. mature beyond your years…….. last but NOT LEAST………………… Ni’s hands are so familiar to me (uncles, friends and brothers) BEAUTIFUL HANDS <3ReplyCancel

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