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I have just been delivered of my fourth baby and she is
a girl! She looks so beautiful and very much like her other three sisters. I
love her just as I love her sisters, but I am searching for a place of joy in
because my husband has been planning on what to do when the baby is born and it
is a male child. He never talked about if the child turned out to be another
several occasions he walks into the room and screams just how tired he was of
living in a ‘girls hostel’ with pink dresses and hair decorators flying all
over the place.
brother comes visiting the family. They ‘gist’ for long hours, like the world were
made for the two of them. I look at them from a corner of my eye and just
pretend to be busy with nothing. My heart faints as I see the spark in his
eyes. As they talk, they ‘sink’ the house in their deafening laughter. I would usually walk into the room and expect
the traditional line up of things that would follow.
they watch live matches, they decide to go down the road to where I actually
know not. He cries out for someone to come and lock the door and follows it
immediately with ‘woman, don’t worry about food’. The few times I asked why, I
didn’t get a response, so I stopped worrying.
colleague’s twin sons. He wished that he had a similar blessing, and then the
world would be his! He loves their uncommon names; he is excited by the fact
that they boys are taken to the football field with their dad on weekends.
children? Is there really a fault to cry about after all? Well, I heard the nurse speaking with him that
mother and baby are doing fine.