Be Still, My Heart

Sometimes, at the end of the day, when all the dust settles… the payoff is so worth it. Look at the smile on his sleeping face. And that they’ve started sleeping in the same bed because they can’t bear to be apart- even if they’ve fought all day- Be still, my heart… it’s all worth it.

3 thoughts on “Be Still, My Heart

  1. What a sweet moment – it’s sweet that they want to stay close at the end of the day. It also reminds me to ask you if you’re keeping tabs on them for signs of adjustment disorder (like PTSD, only for non-life-threatening stresses). I’ve had that on my mind lately. Probably annoying unsolicited poking on my behalf…… but I thought I’d throw it out there. My mother has it something fierce, and it’s always easier to manage if you catch it early. And this is the part where I shut up.

  2. What a tender picture! I love it when my kids act like they really like each other. My older kids are actually very good friends. (It gives me hope for the younger ones.)

    I’m glad you had this quiet moment of perfection.

  3. We found our girls both in the same bed a few nights ago and it was such a sweet sight. I should have taken a picture but I know I will remember how I felt forever!

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