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New chapter seeing your children successful and happy

Being a mum is fantastic. It's the highest of highes and the lowest of lowes. High is happy for them enjoying everything. The only lows is when they have a problem or going through something and you can't help them.
In both my cancer battles I was afraid I would not  be here see this. I am so lucky I am here to see this. 3 amazing sons, 3 successful jobs and wonderful lives. Experienced my second sons wedding 👰 that was amazing. I am lucky to have lovely girls coming into my family now. So life is very exciting. My family is going next year with the first grandchild coming in, what  a way to bring in the new year with a baby. We are all very excited. The baby shower was last week. You know it's so funny they are so lucky these days.
Remember cloth nappies buckets around the house. They only use disposable nappies now. I can remember having 20 nappies soaking and washing was piling up, the new mums seem to have it pretty easy indeed.
Well the start of 2018 introduces a great start to the year. My family and my friends are excited. Oh an me totally delighted to see this gorgeous addition.
So one of my grandmothers is alive. I have my Dad so this 5 th generation baby 👶
I am that excited. Can't wait!
#babies #ygeneration #familygeneration #2018surprise #proudnan #lovemyfamily #iamstillawoman

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