Just love them

Are you mad that your child won’t eat all of his dinner? Be happy he has the ability to eat. Annoyed by your child running in the house? At least he has the use of his legs. Upset because he won’t go to sleep at night? Admire the fact that he hasn’t been sleeping for 62 days straight. Irritated by the temper tantrums? Be grateful they can talk, let alone throw a fit. Frustrated at the party planning, bathtime, constant diaper changes, dishes, cleaning up after kids? Stop. Please stop for a moment, pat yourself on the back, and hug those babies. They’re only little for so long, then they grow up, or they don’t..like my baby. So many kids are dying right now from DIPG, and so many already gone. All of these moms and dads would give anything to have a wild child running around making messes, starting a fight with their siblings, wanting to be tucked in “just one more time”, or needing you to make them a lunch. Summer has been great, but it is also filled with sadness. I love my kids more than can be told, but not having my little boy running around, shooting a squirt gun in the house at his sister, spilling lemonade on the floor, or tracking dirt all through my house is just so hard. Love your kids, just love them, do it for me❤

Author: PaytonPiesMommy

I am a mother to 4 beautiful and amazing children. My youngest son was called to Heaven on March 26th, 2017 after a 6 month battle with a brain cancer called DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma). He was only 7 years old. My life has been forever changed and my heart longs to be with him. I must complete my mission on earth, until we meet again. Writing is my outlet.

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