>> Tuesday, September 15, 2009
This one I read from Litzie’s blog:
“A hare, upon meeting a lioness one day, said reproachfully: “I have always a great number of children while you have only one or two now and then.”The lioness replied, “That is true, but my one child is a lion.”
There is one person at work with five children who seemed to think of the decision to have one child is absurd. That is why she tells me to conceive again every time she gets a chance and boy, I get really piqued by her! She never fails to make us (myself and 2 other friends who each has one child) that our choice is bad and hers is good.
OK, I am ranting here but I don’t think that it is a sin to make sure that all of my daughter’s needs are met, that she is and will be educated at the best schools and that she can enjoy life’s pleasures like being able to eat the food she wants, buy books and toys, travel and visit places, get the best medical attention when needed and more. When it comes to our daughter, compromising is a no-no.
And DD has been making us proud with her small and big achievements. And I am not only talking about school. She is great in dealing with people of all ages. She is very independent-minded and creative. Beautiful inside and out and very, very smart.