Day 1 of Phase ONE.
“Mummy, wake up!”
“I have something special for you.”
Kate led me downstairs and she had prepared breakfast for me.
“Thank you mummy for everything that you have done for us during this time at home.”
|Homemade bread by #2|
Such a surprise.
She tried to make it look nice like an airplane meal, with tea, water, and fruits in an upturned glass bowl!
“What has mummy done for you?”
“You take care of us, play games with us, and sometimes when you cook for us, and it is so yummy everyone asks for more, you give all of your own until you have nothing to eat. You sacrifice so much for us.”
I was actually surprised that my youngest is the one who noticed.
As mums, sacrificing like that is really no big deal. An empty stomach can easily be filled.
I asked her if she was happy that her brother was back in school because they have been squabbling over the 2 months and to be honest, I enjoy the peace and quiet with them apart.
She said, “I miss gor gor. I asked him to wake me up at 5.30 but he didn’t.”
“I told him not to. You need your sleep. Why do you want to wake up so early?”
“I wanted to make him breakfast before he went to school.”
I was flabbergasted.
Sibling relationships are such.
They can fight one moment but are best pals soon after.