A mumma’s love

A mumma’s love.

mumma love

It really is like no other love. I would carry her to the end of the earth if I had to. I may need my lower back reconstructed once we got there, but I’d do it happily.

As I carried her for hours yesterday through the corridors of the hospital, I thought again of parents who live their lives within hospital walls, never far from their sick children, barely aware if it’s night or day, and as far removed from the world going on outside as one can ever be. I sent up a silent thank you to our guardian angel that all I was hoping for was a clear pee sample.

Should we ever get one.

5 Comments Add yours

  1. theloverlist says:

    Oh no!!!!!!!!! Poor Poppy. Is she still in hospital? I hope the guardian angels continue to watch over you and Poppy.

  2. Hospital?? Ugh. Definitely a world of its own. Not fun. Are they thinking urinary tract infection?

    1. They can’t tell without a pee sample. Which we still don’t have! She seems a little better today and has spent the afternoon with grandma – that always makes things better.

  3. Hope she gets better soon!

  4. Dalton says:

    Hope she feel back to her old young self soon!

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