The Mom With the SWEETEST Kid

I have been thinking about this post that I wrote last week, all day today. It has really been bugging me for some reason. I don’t like that I have an entire post about how “mean” Lucas is. I was going to take it down, but then I felt bad for all the people that took the time to leave a comment.

{Thanks for your comments by the way, always.}

Lucas is SUCH a sweetheart. He has hit a child, but honestly, and I mean honestly he amazes me daily at the things he does that make me go awwwwwwww.

Have I told you that he holds Joshua’s head in his hands and gives him a kiss? I’m talking, he grabs (in a gentle way) his head with both his hands, pulls his face towards his and gives his little brother a kiss. He holds his hand during bedtime reading. He gives him a blanket and a pacifier when he starts crying.

Gosh, it just kills me.

So, I don’t know. I came here to delete that post, but instead I’m writing this. I know it probably doesn’t make much sense, but for whatever reason, I have been thinking about it all day today. That’s all.

Published by Samantha Mellen

Certified personal trainer & health coach helping women transform their lives through fitness, abundant mindset coaching and internal peace. Mom of two boys, living life in Alaska.

One thought on “The Mom With the SWEETEST Kid

  1. The perils of life with a 2 year old. You love them, and they are just the best thing since sliced bread, but they sure do start to get their own opinions and act out and all of that. The truth is that we're so used to dealing with adults that rein their emotions in, that we have no idea how to deal with a 2 year old with real emotions that they can't suppress. It's natural to be frustrated and upset, you're his mother. You have to protect both of your cubs, even from each other–you may feel like you're choosing at some points. However, you're just being a mom. That's it. You are noting the bad and the good and blogging about it. It's much better than people that pretend life is all hunky dory all the time. My blog name? Life is Not Bubble Wrapped? Kind of says it all (for me). Life is hard, we either plunge in and love with all we have, or we're not worth much. You're doing great.

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