It was a quiet night. Little Edison was asleep and Daddy V was working on night shift. I looked at the pictures in my laptop, and I had a sudden thought of making a picture collage of Little Edison from his first month till now.
So, this is the picture collage –
I can still remember vividly the night of 10 Sept 2007 at 11:45pm, when we checked into the labour ward in Mt. Alvernia Hospital. My gynae came in with his slippers, broke my water bag and put me on drip. I ended-up with emergency c-section three hours later when fetal distress was detected. The whole birth experience was relatively painless as I was on general anesthesia.
Well, that was three years ago. How quickly time flies!
The past three years have been an amazing time for us. At birth, Little Edison arrived in this world with an enquiring mind, ready to discover and explore. We help this process along by providing him with love, attention and care.
From a baby who spends much of his day either feeding or sleeping, he has blossomed into an assertive toddler with growing sense of independence. He continues to develop at an impressive rate with a thirst for knowledge that is insatiable.
For the next three years, he will continue to move at an astounding pace into his pre-school years. He will face many challenges along the way, but that’s part of his growing up. He will acquire knowledge and skills through his own efforts.
When I look at him now, there are just no words to describe how much I love him. He is more important than anything else in this world. At times, I really feel that I don’t want to have another baby because I want to give him all my love and attention. I don’t want to plunge into another pregnancy until I’m financially ready to quit my job and stay at home with my baby. I don’t want Little Edison to feel deprived when I have to send him to the childcare. I can’t bear the thought of my boy being neglected and deprived of attention in the childcare.
(I’m sorry if I sounded too negative about childcare centers. It’s all due to my past bad experiences.)
Little Edison, Mommy loves you always and forever!