Ten Thousand Club
Amelia"Yes, everything is done," I reassured with a smile, returning the kiss. it was the biggest panic, but I managed. Getting up from the bed, I ignored the slight dizziness that never seemed to leave me this pregnancy. "You need to not rip your stitches today," I whispered calmly, helping him with his shirt, opening his pain meds and placing them in his hand before handing off the glass of water on his nightstand.
Putting my hair up in a messy bun, I ignored Jayden's question not wanting to admit that it would just be his side this year since my sister just had her third baby and I couldn't leave this year. But we all understood, and I promised to make it up to them when I could take the time to go home after everything was sorted out, and when Jayden's mom and Grandma asked to take over on dinner, I let them have it.
Taking Jayden's hand, we followed our daughter's excited screams into the living room where the two toddlers began to rip into whatever they could get their hands on. My excitement reached it's climax when Isabel handed off coffee. "I love you!" I replied, not surprised when I heard the shutter of a camera a few seconds later.
"You should open this first," I said handing Isabel a giant box. It's from all of us."