It was one of those days.... those tired long days where you are just exhausted and you still have a lot on your plate left...
It was one of those days and I am driving home around 6:30 pm with the two girls in the car listening in while I whine to my husband, "I am so tired tonight honey'. He acknowledges and says, 'I hear you, see you soon!'
I pull into the garage and climb up to the house and am left astounded.
The husband has done the following: moved his meetings around for an hour to complete dinner preparations and emptied the dishwasher and I am greeted with a quick peck on the cheek and he runs to get back on his work calls.
I was left speechless and misty eyed!
The Panini that night could not have tasted better!
This one evening was way more that any amount of "I Love you” s we have said to one another.
It's the empathy of " I understand”, it’s the acknowledgment of “It’s tough and I got your back” and it’s the true sense of feeling “We are in this together”
Miss V was quick to observe and say 'Thank you papa for dinner tonight'.
We all talk about gender equality, empowering our next generation of children but actions speak louder than words. I am hoping my girls realize that being in this world today: It’s the partnership and it’s the support of one another which makes a successful person, a successful spouse and a successful family.
Girl or Boy at this point really does not really matter.
Thank you Sumit for always being there for me and the girls and actually following the ideology you believe in so strongly!