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Mothers Cry

and Danny got them right afterwards and so did Jenny. Only Beatty didn't get them. And it was awful trying to keep them in bed and they were all crying at once all day long and for a while they were so sick.
When it got to be spring Frank and I tried to take the children out to the park Sunday afternoons and it was nice to see all the fine people riding in their carriages on Fifth Avenue only we had to carry Beatty all the way because we didn't have a go-cart for her. The one we had was all broken now but I saved the wheels because I knew the boys would want them when they got bigger to make express wagons out of grocery boxes.
Frank was a wonderful husband to me. He took his own breakfast in the mornings all the time and he fixed his own lunch to take with him to the store and he tried to make the beds before he left. Sometimes he would even get time to help Danny and Artie get dressed but he always got time to dress Jenny because he was so crazy about her. In the night he used to wash her and put her to bed and tell her stories and make her laugh. We did used to get sometime to talk together because on his club nights I would sit up for him and he would come in with hot buns from the bakery on the corner and I'd make some cocoa or coffee to drink. It was the night I always mended the children's clothes and so there would always be a lot of buttons and cotton and stockings and sweaters and Frank's shirts and his undershirts and underdrawers lying on the table. We'd clear them off and then sit down and talk. Frank would tell me about things down at the store or maybe things that were happening like the man that went up in the air in a machine for flying and the kitchen would be so quiet and I would feel happy to be just listening.
Sunday mornings Frank always mended the children's

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