she needs her mom too

I’ve gotten tons of messages and responses in reply to my original post.  I can’t say how grateful I am to all of you individually right now (I’m checking tumblr at 2am here!), but my god I can’t stop smiling at all of you, even those who just liked the post.  I’ll reply to you later because I want to, and I want to express my gratitude to each person individually for how wonderfully you’ve treated me (even if it’s just a short casual informal one!).

Not to sound big headed, but I’m glad to know I’ve helped the community, and that the community has enjoyed what I’ve provided, even if it’s just reblogs. 

Thank you again, I’ll be on sporadically as usual.  Be good to yourselves :)

the lady who has the son Teo who is giving me the dog said she was joking and i get her for free and im sobbing

It’s Always You

“Mama, when do we get to see mommy?” Sofia asks me as we walk to the park. “I miss her.”

My heart skips a beat. As much as I hate to admit it, I miss her too. She was, and still is, the love of my life. Yeah, I have Penny, but Arizona still has a special place in my heart. “I don’t know, princess. Hopefully soon, but mommy is busy, just like mama.”

Sofia nods, her face showing just how much she misses Arizona. My baby girl, growing up way too fast. She needs both of her moms; she needs Arizona and I together. “Do you want to talk to her?”

Sofia’s frown turns into a huge smile, making me feel better. “Yes please. Now, mama.”

I chuckle. “How about we get to the park first, baby?”

Sofia thinks for a minute and then nods. “Fine,” she huffs.

When we arrive at the park, Sofia looks up at me expectantly. I raise my eyebrows, acting like I don’t know what she wants. She sighs and takes me phone out of my hand, unlocking it and pressing on the phone button. She clicks on Arizona’s contact, which reads ‘Arizona xoxo’.

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