Contemporary Women

An Accidental Mother by Katherine Anne Kindred

By Katherine Anne Kindred

After her divorce, Kate Kindred made up our minds that she could dwell her lifestyles with out youngsters. yet then she fell in love with Jim, a good-looking, worrying guy who had custody of his younger son, Michael. and she or he fell in love with the boy, too. throughout the six years all of them lived jointly, Kate discovered the deep joys of motherhood that was once the present that Michael gave her. but if her dating with Jim ended, he denied her any touch with Michael. And her middle used to be damaged. An unintended mom fantastically describes the fun of mothering a tender boy via complex instances. With candy easy anecdotes and intricate feelings, Kate Kindred marks each web page with tears, together with those who the main loving laughter can carry to any mum or dad.

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Over the course of the next half hour, I get up two more times and return to the kitchen to refill my coffee, and each time Michael gets up with me, never saying a word and never looking up from his game. I’m not even sure he realizes he is following me.

He replies. ” ᩳ It’s a summer Saturday morning, and I’m sitting on the back patio reading a magazine and drinking my morning coffee. Michael is sitting in the chair next to me, playing a handheld electronic game. I get up and walk into the house, going into the kitchen to refill my coffee cup. Michael gets up and follows me, all the while with his eyes still on the game. I walk back out to the patio, and Michael follows me, still playing his game. Over the course of the next half hour, I get up two more times and return to the kitchen to refill my coffee, and each time Michael gets up with me, never saying a word and never looking up from his game.

Michael steps into the room with a grin, holding his hand out in front of him. In the center of his palm is a tiny tooth. “You lost your first tooth! ” I’m out of the chair and walking over to hug him. ” he says, referring to my sister. ” “A quarter . . ” He pauses. ” I say. “The tooth fairy doesn’t leave that much money! ” He smiles, showing his teeth, and on the bottom row in the very front is a space so small I can hardly tell anything is missing. “You look adorable! ” Michael’s not a rough-and-tumble kind of boy, so I’m thrilled that losing his first tooth did not turn out to be traumatic.

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