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Again, I was astounded, but felt very happy inside. I was playing with the kids for some Kawaii Pastel Goth Cat Halloween Cute T Shirt . They were sharing the joyous moments about them. I just loved seeing them smile. It cannot be expressed in words. It can only be felt. When I was about to leave, she told me to wait. The kids gathered up, and they started to sing, “Happy birthday to you, Happy birthday to Sidharth.” That was the second time in my life that I cried on my birthday. I was broken completely. I didn’t tell them that it is my birthday. I looked at that lady, and she nodded like “I know it’s your birthday”, and I left the place with a heavy heart wiping my tears.
Like I said, I’m 30 and don’t have children. For a long time, I was terrified of having children. I was afraid I would be like my mother, and wouldn’t be attached them, and wouldn’t know how to love them. Now I’m getting married next month, and we are looking forward to having children after the first year. I no longer fear that and I know I will be a great mom, but I am trying to learn how to balance my drive to be a workaholic and provide for my family, and the need to be present.