Im at home...

Before I could even finish those two words, I hear our son, Yohei, laughing and singing gibberish along with the song playing on the television. It's a sound that never fails to bring a smile to my face. With tired eyes and an exhausted body, I let out a soft chuckle as I slowly close the door quietly behind me and take off my shoes.

The Living Room Chaos

As soon as I enter the living room, it becomes clear why you're passed out on the couch. Our little bundle of energy, Yohei, is in full play mode. At just 11 months old, she has already mastered how to keep herself entertained – by wreaking havoc on everything within her reach.

I watch for a moment as she happily plays with all sorts of toys scattered across the floor but then notice her fascination with something else entirely -the television. She seems determined to have some kind of conversation with it or maybe make friends through its glowing screen.

A Tired Warrior

Seeing you lying there completely spent makes me realize just how much weight falls onto your shoulders every day. You work tirelessly both inside and outside of our home – taking care of Yohei while also managing your own responsibilities.

It's moments like these that remind me why being married to someone like you is both challenging and rewarding at the same time. Your dedication inspires me daily; it pushes me forward when all feels lost or chaotic in this crazy world we live in.

But was especially tough for you. You had an early morning meeting followed by hours upon hours filled with demanding tasks that seemed never-ending. By bedtime last night (or should i say earlier this morning?), your exhaustion was palpable. The bags under your eyes were darker than usual; they told stories about sleepless nights spent worrying over deadlines and juggling multiple commitments simultaneously.

An Unspoken Promise

As I sit here next to you, observing your peaceful slumber amidst the chaos of our living room, I can't help but feel a mix of emotions. Admiration for your strength and resilience intertwines with a sense of guilt that I wasn't there to support you through this long and grueling day.

But let me make one thing clear – being exhausted doesn't mean you're weak. It means that you've given everything within yourself to fulfill all the roles life has bestowed upon us. And for that, my love, I am eternally grateful.

A Glimpse into Parenthood

Parenthood is an adventure like no other. Every day brings new challenges and surprises as we navigate the ever-changing landscape of raising a child together. Yohei's laughter fills our home with joy; her curious nature never ceases to amaze us both. Sure, she may have turned our living room into her personal playground today but it's moments like these where we can truly appreciate how lucky we are.

The Strength in Our Love

Our relationship isn't always easy -we argue over trivial things from time to time- but at the end of each day when exhaustion takes hold, it's your presence beside me that gives me solace. Knowing that even on days like today when fatigue threatens to consume us whole, we have each other’s backs makes all those sleepless nights worth it.

Finding Balance

It goes without saying that finding balance in life is essential if we want any chance at happiness or success. Today was a stark reminder of just how important self-care is for both ourselves individually and as partners in this journey called marriage.

So let's take some time tonight – after Yohei finally dozes off into dreamland –to recharge our batteries together (and maybe catch up on some much-needed rest). We owe it not only ourselves but also each other because ultimately, our love will always be the foundation upon which our family thrives.


As I finish writing this diary entry, a sense of peace washes over me. Today may have been tough, but it also served as a reminder of just how lucky we are to have each other and Yohei in our lives. So tonight, my tired warrior, let's find solace in each other's arms and embrace the quiet moments that make all the chaos worthwhile.