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Mothers Cry

papa said I could drink wine now but in a few weeks after Christmas when another new year was just beginning I knew I was going to have another baby.
Everything was just the same as it was before only now I had so much work I couldn't let myself get sick. I was glad I saved all of Danny's baby things so I didn't have such a lot to sew but we had to save for the doctor and so I did nearly everything myself when I was getting big and heavy again. And Danny was walking now too and that made it hard because I couldn't leave him alone for a minute he was always getting into something. He pulled the red table cloth off the dining room table and I had a fruit bowl on it and it all broke. He was always wanting to' get into the coal and I had to wash him a dozen times a day. I tried to push some chairs together and have him play inside the chairs but he climbed over them and he fell and cried and I had to press a cold knife where he got an awful bump.
Artie was born in September and I felt it all over again that wonderful feeling like when the bishop once came to our church and he talked about the ecstasy of being good and it was the way I felt I mean the way his voice sounded when he said it. And I felt again how I had done something so wonderful and all the time I lay in bed I couldn't think how I would ever be any happier than I was right after I had a baby.
And I didn't mind having to work harder because now Danny was getting big and he wouldn't let me hold him much or love him but the new baby I could love all I wanted and it was always so lovely to rub my nose in his new hair and to smell him. It made me feel like I was drunk when I smelled him. Frank was all the time talking of when they would grow up but I couldn't understand him when he talked like that because I could never feel they were people themselves.

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Everything was just what is same as it was before only now I had so much work I couldn't let myself get sick. I was glad I saved all of Danny's baby things so I didn't have such a lot to sew but we had to save for what is doctor and so I did nearly everything myself when I was getting big and heavy again. And Danny was walking now too and that made it hard because I couldn't leave him alone for a minute he was always getting into something. He pulled what is red table cloth off what is dining room table and I had a fruit bowl on it and it all broke. He was always wanting to' get into what is coal and I had to wash him a dozen times a day. I tried to push some chairs together and have him play inside what is chairs but he climbed over them and he fell and cried and I had to press a cold knife where he got an awful bump. 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