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Wow, what a whirlwind of a life. You have no idea when the day begins or finishes. Having three children in the house is like sitting on a dormant volcano that could erupt. With children of similar ages, life becomes exceptionally unpredictable.
I am the mother of two children, a ten-year-old boy and a two-and-a-half-year-old girl, and my brother-in-law’s son, who is a three-year-old. So now you have a better idea of what goes on in our house daily. Thanks to the wicked trio, our house is on fire all day and most of the night. Because the children have a Tom and Jerry relationship, they are inseparable. They share everything: food, drink, play, fight, sleep, bathe, and walk. They constantly duplicate each other and are in fierce competition with one another. They are quite possessive of each other and are the oldest ones. Nobody can say anything harsh to them, but they can beat each other up like no one else.
My house sounds like a zoo from a mile away. Laughing, giggling, shouting, fighting, singing, and dancing are all examples of extreme behaviour. Overall, I’d like to add that having siblings and watching them grow up is a roller coaster journey for us adults. It’s a very fascinating, exhilarating, and demanding experience. But seeing the little angels anxiously waiting and cheering when you get home from the most arduous work is the most calming sight. You feel like heaven suddenly, and then these naughty companions arrive to make you feel fatigued all over again, but you can’t bother them.
You keep loving them nonetheless because they are true angels on earth that turn your house upside down and get up to all kinds of mischief, but they never make you feel depressed; instead, they always make you feel energised, so let them grow, let them play, and let them fly their way.
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