Finally, we are back in the comfort of our own bed. Our 5-day hospital stay is finally over. Our little girl is feeling a lot better.
Although when the doctor asked her if she wants to go home, her answer was "No!" She's the first kid I knew that doesn't want to leave the hospital. Then when I looked at our hospital photos, there was a snap where we were just there at the bed, hugging each other. It all made sense.
When we're at home, I tend to move around and about so much. There are just so many things to do, dishes to cook, clothed to wash, chores to finish. I still do give time to play with her but at her age, I realized one or two hours of playtime just isn't enough. And when we were at the hospital, she loved that all my attention was focused on her. There were no chores to be completed. She did not want me to leave her side.
I felt guilty that I sometimes give time on other things before her. I was reminded that kids do tend to grow up fast and before we know it, they would not be looking for our cuddles anymore.
So from now on, I will cherish the moments while she's still young. When I am still the center of her attention.
Right now, I am grateful that she's feeling a lot better. I know I have a lot of things to do at home but I'll make sure she will always remain at the topmost priority.
My plants wilted while I was away at the hospital, I'm not sure if I could revive them but I hope I could save most of them.
Not sure if the avocado will make it. :(
Oh well, I think I'll just start a new batch of chillOh well, I think I'll just start a new batch of chillis. I'm just to happy my daughter's feeling well. is. I'm just to happy my daughter's feeling well.