office team and it was a long meeting.
As the meeting progressed, the public power supply went off, after a while the
inverter went off too and
My ever loving 3-year-old, ran through the hallway and saw me seated in the
dark area with a laptop and
Seddie: Mummy, it is dark in here?
Mummy: I know
Seddie: What are u doing?
Mummy: I am in a meeting
Seddie: Okay! Come sit at the anteroom, there is light
there (it is usually brighter there)
Mummy: Okay my love
You would say – O! such a sweet boy!
But I saw it differently.
Being the children’s primary caregiver these past few weeks afforded me the
opportunity to know them a little more.
personalities, temperaments, creativity and
Seddie’s personality clearly shown through today; he unconsciously places the
comfort of other’s above his.
Every time he asks for a drink or snack, I can guess what sentence will follow
– “Mummy, can I get some for my sisters”.
Not to mention every time I serve his meal, he will ask for his sisters’
In this season, I have also come to recognise the values and virtue my paid
assistance has instilled in my kids and I am so thankful to God for the gift of her.
helps’ or a ‘community of godly helps’
entails more than one person; most people are blessed to have members of their
extended family contributing to
their children’s upbringing.
So today, I am grateful for the gift of thoughtful and considerate kids, who at
a tender age give
Look around you, what are you thankful for?