Saturday, April 9, 2011

grateful for his father

With all the changes and challenges grateful that he is still so hands on.  Grateful for those early morning cups of tea in bed and the eagerness to get the day going.  Grateful for the constant chatter about new adventures to be had.  Grateful for asking directions when it is something that I seem to dread.  Grateful that he has endured all my negativity as he is often in the firing line.  Grategul for his love for his son and their special bond.

Thanks Maxabella

Once again, thanks Dada, we love you.  Xxxx.


Felicity said...

What a glorious post and the photos are a wonderful way for me to start my day - thank you.

Felicity x

Posie Patchwork said...

Husbands & our childrens' fathers are so incredibly important. I have an awesome husband, it's not easy with him living interstate & overseas for 3 years, so he visits us often, makes a huge difference for the children, especially our son, boys need their daddies!! Wishing you a beautiful weekend, love Posie

Anonymous said...

It is so important to remember to feel gratitude to the ones closest to us,as it is so easy to fall into the habit of taking them for granted.
Thank you for reminding me today!
Have a lovely weekend.
Jude x

thatblogyoudo said...

Beautifull Photos, Gum Trees are Magical.

Lauren said...

that is lovely! and what wonderful scenes in the photos too! happy weekend

tea with lucy said...

he sounds like a wonderful guy and great father.

mine is an early riser too, which means i can indulge in the odd sleep in.


Vicki said...

Hi Jill,
The first photo would make a very special Fathers Day card. The feeling it evokes is misty eyes! Beautiful.

Maxabella said...

Sweet, sweet post, Jill. He sounds like a keeper. x

fraser said...

Not bad for a swans supporter I suppose