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Mothers Cry

and I thought how I would have him all day tomorrow and ali day the next day and the next and I shivered with being so happy. Then he fell asleep and I watched him and all I could think of was the baby I made and I never thought of the man that he might be.

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IT was hard but I didn't mind. Danny woke me up at six o'clock in the morning and I nursed him and changed him and then it was time to get Frank ready for work. And after he went to work I gave Danny his bath and then it was time to nurse him again. Then I had to clean the house and wash the baby's diapers and his clothes and have my lunch and nurse the baby again and all day long it was Danny Danny Danny. He got the colic too I guess my milk was too rich or something and after that I had to hold him all the time because he cried so awfully and I had to put hot things on his stomach and pat his back to help him bring up the wind and sometimes he cried all night and Frank was so good he would walk with him up and down to try to make him fall asleep and if I fell asleep after I nursed the baby at six o'clock in the morning Frank let me sleep and he got up and made the fire himself and got his own breakfast.
I tried to do everything I could to please Frank. I kept his clothes all mended and clean and I made him all the

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