Benjamin woke with a fever. With a touch to his head, I knew my list of plans for the day would be shortened. Instead of tackling the cleaning I had been neglecting in my weeks of morning sickness, I put down the broom and picked up my boy. He asked for grapes for breakfast so I settled him on the floor with his bowl and went to sneak my hands into the soapy dishwater. But before I could scrub a fork or a glass, little feet toddled in and little arms reached up for me. Having grown quite independent since turning one, I can't say I minded the extra snuggles so we retired to the couch and a pile of books.
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This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group.