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Mothers Cry

They always seemed like they were just part of my life just sort of things happening to me. All my time was just filled up with the things I had to remember to do for them with barley water and tablespoons of this and that. I got the grippe when Artie was six weeks old and I had to wean him so I had to give him bottles and it was awful how careful I had to be boiling everything and always scorching my fingers with the hot things. And everything I was always doing for the children Y always thought about as something that was part of my life and I couldn't really think of the babies as Daniel Williams or Arthur Williams. They were just my babies and I was sometimes dead with tiredness for them and sometimes so happy for loving them that I was dead too with that.
And when Artie was four months old I was in the family way again. I got a little bit frightened about it at first but when I got to thinking about it I thought how Frank had ust got a new raise and I still had some baby things left. Icould still use the baby carriage but the umbrella on it was so faded from the sun and so I thought I'd better try to dye it over myself and maybe I could fix the ruffle on it where it was ripped a little. And I could put Artie to sleep with Danny in his crib and the new baby could have Artie's wash basket and Pd put some new, ribbon around it. It made the bedroom kind of crowded with our big bed and the crib and the wash basket but in the night we put the crib and the basket out in the parlor and pulled back the portieres. It wasn't nice to have beds in the parlor but it was in the night and nobody could see it.
So Jenny was born in the fall. I was glad I had a girl at last because you can make such pretty things for a girl. I used to see such pretty things for little girls in May Manton's and I'd feel so bad that I didn't have a girl to make them for but

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