You must know that Mommy is tired since she had her German lessons this evening, had to commute on her way home because you were still sleeping and Daddy couldn't fetch me at the Language School, and had to do tons of other stuff in the house. I am amazed to find that you just woke up from your early evening nap when I got home at 9:30pm. I just know that it's going to be a long night for me because I couldn't force you to sleep.
I thought you are over Barney... and yet after dinner and tidying the table up, you asked me to play your Barney video while you were still watching Special Agent Oso. I can say that you have really grown so much because you can do the dances better and you can still recall what step comes next. And for that, I am very proud.
Your birthday is already in three days and I can't believe that you are turning two! Time does fly too fast... Sometimes, it passes me by with a breeze that I would wonder where the hours went. But I am very thankful and blessed to have watched you grow and witnessed your firsts, even the littlest ones. You have always been a sweet child, who knows when to console and when to charm, when to laugh and smile, and when to show off your skills and antics. And although Mommy is grumpy at times because you are so makulit and can't seem to understand the words "please wait", know that I love you to the very core of my being and I wouldn't replace you for anything else.
I wish you could talk soon so that we can sing songs together and so that you can express yourself better. I only want to understand you and your needs and wants so I hope you'll be patient with Mommy too if she can't get what you are trying to say right away. I know it frustrates you Sam and it hurts me to see you frustrated. Here is wishing that you will grow up to be a good child, an obedient daughter and be spared from serious illnesses. I love you. Daddy loves you. We know you know... And we look forward to hearing you say the words "I love you" too
I love you fiercely,
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