[sweet glimpses of momhood]

Zee Gimon

I am Zee. I call myself the Observer because that's what I find myself doing most of the time - observe life and people around me. My blog is a Pensieve, similar to that of Dumbledore, used to keep the thoughts and random ideas that visit my brain.

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  • Zee, I'm humbled that you linked me up.

    I think you nailed it. Those moments are what really means the world to me. Thank you for sharing.
    My recent post Can I Sit With You

    • πŸ™‚ happy to spread the word, Michael πŸ˜‰

  • My heart was breaking as I left for work this morning. I am responsible for unlocking the office so everyone else can go to work. The other employees who have keys are out of town, so I have to get to work on time or our hourly people start losing money.

    Well…this morning, my daughter wanted nothing more than for me to eat breakfast with her and taker her to daycare… and I had to tell her I couldn't today. Both my wife and I make sure to spend a ton of time with her, but we still regret these times when we can't. She knows she is loved. She knows I will play with her tonight…but she "needed" me this morning.

    Some days I want nothing more than to be a stay at home dad.
    My recent post The LORD be Exalted!

  • πŸ™‚ Beautiful. Glad you had a good time with the boys and the moments that will stay with you. sometimes those are the moments that will carry you..or atleast they do me when I'm having a bad day.

    • yep, those were the moments i reminded myself of when those same boys drove me up the wall with their fights, screams, and demands πŸ˜€

  • Those were some fortunate boys. My children are your age, and I still love time with them. Last night though, I read a book to my granddaughter and she, for the first time was truly engaged. She uses sign language at the end of a meal if she wants more. After my reading, she looked up at me and using her hands so I could see them (and her eyes, so that I was powerless) she asked for more. And of course we started again at the beginning.

    • hehehehe πŸ™‚ i can imagine you melting when that gaze of hers fell upon you πŸ˜€ we girls learn that art from the very babyhood πŸ˜€ (and i think guys are catching up too))))

  • Zee, that is awesome – this post has inspired me to be sure to have extra bibles at church – for adults, youth and kids – and make sure anyone who wants one gets one. Awesome!

    My recent post itwouldbenice

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