Life is so good

Padres, un paso más.

Parece que fue Otto el primero que se dio cuenta. Quizás olió algo diferente, o escuchó un nuevo tic-tac que no reconocía, pero le sonaba familiar. Desde hace días, buscaba a Patricia para poner su hocico sobre su abdomen y allí se quedaba quieto y atento . Seguro que Ava también lo sabía , pero como buena gatita negra, elegante y muy discreta,  no dijo ni miau.

Hace ya cinco lunes que mientras preparaba y repartía desayunos para toda la familia, le conté a Patricia lo que había soñado esa mañana:

Soñé que teníamos un bebe muy pequeño en la cama y yo te decía que lo guardases en una caja, pues con lo que pequeño que era, igual lo aplastábamos.

Patricia comparte con Ava, su elegancia y su discreción. Ese lunes al mediodía, como todos los que podemos, lo pasamos al sol. Sol blanco, plano, de invierno que resalta los colores de Santander y rivaliza con la nieve de Lunada. Sol testigo, de como Patricia depositó en mi mano un positivo que ha sido la mejor nota que nunca me han dado.

Soñé que teníamos un bebe muy pequeño, y ella, precavida, le puso la mejor de las cajas, la suya.

il_fullxfull.377789535_f4qw “Desde que soy padre intento ser mi mejor versión cada día” leí  hace días sin saber que iba a serlo yo pronto. Desde entonces llevo esa idea en la cabeza, y ahora que voy a ser padre, más.

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