It wasn't an easy time for him, but I think I felt the pain more than he did.
When I am at work, he has so far been taken care of by his paternal grandparents. My mum-in-law and I are his primary caregivers - so when it comes to sleeping, he naturally looks for a familiar face.
He now has to settle himself, because we aren't there.
It was hard to see him crying himself to sleep, but I comfort myself that hopefully, the arrangement will do him good in the long run.
First steps to independence.
|Milk before naptime|
|This scene hurt me more than his tears did.|
I walk away... my heart's breaking and I feel that I am leaving myself behind as the little voices fade in the distance. I just want to go back and get him and bring him home.
|My love, my pride, my soul.|
Excuse me now... while I bawl my eyes out.
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