Tuesday, December 06, 2005


They say that after you have kids, your relationship is never the same again.

You start calling each other Mummy and Daddy even when your kids aren't around; sex is scheduled for weekends, if you're lucky; the phrase, "Not tonight dear, I have a headache", actually sounds like a plausible excuse for an early night.

On Saturday night, I knew that the boy's and my relationship had changed..

It was 2am and we were snuggled up in bed; he was asleep and I had just woken up to the sound of Baby making little snorty noises in her sleep. I dug myself deeper into the warm niche created by the boy's foetal pose, evilly intending to wake him up.

The boy responded by patting my side and murmuring "Hush hush, Baby; it's Sleep Time".


happyandblue2 said...

LOL. I've heard everything returns to normal in just 18-30 years..

glomgold said...

Your baby is ingrained in your brains! Well, 18-30 years isn't that bad. That's like 2nd degree murder or something right?

Violet said...

happyandblue2: I hope I'm still alive by then...

glomgold: well that's certainly looking at it from an an unusual angle