Thursday, October 30, 2014

Our Family of Three

Few nights ago, Hubby and I were discussing our plans for the future. This may (or may not) involve a brief physical separation from each other. We were thinking of more practical and logical ways to keep our family together and a short time away from each other might (or not)  be the solution. It was a very difficult decision to make as hubby and I already know how it feels like to be away from each other and we just don't want that to happen anymore. But we convinced ourselves to do this "grown up" decision.

The next day, our little one drew this, by herself -- no prompts or cues nor previous art works similar to this. She was even hiding it from me when she was making this.
Our family through the eyes of our 3 year old daughter.
She drew a house with Daddy (the one with the biggest head in red), Mommy (the slim one in pink) and little one all together inside.

This must be the deciding factor -- because her vote matters. Our little one, through her drawing, must be telling us that we must stay together in one roof. It made me teary eyed when I saw this. Why is our toddler wiser than us in making big decisions?

To my everdearest Natnat,

Thank you for always being you, the sweetest and smartest one in the family. 
Mommy and Daddy loves you so much. 

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