Your reflection is lovely and causes me to think back on the birth of my children and the ensuing years parenthood.
Thank you for reminding us of the innocence, wonder and compassion of being a child.
We will share “The Sweetest Thing”, in hopes that it will help make the world a better place by restoring this sweet gift to all.
Although it seems like eons ago, I remember being pregnant with my daughter. I remember those months of waiting, anticipating, worrying, and wondering. What would she look like? What would she be like? Would she have my laugh and her father’s head for math and directions? No, seriously … It seems like a silly thing, but a good sense of direction is important in life. I have been known to get completely turned around in the city in which I lived for a number of years. My father always told me I could get lost in a wet paper bag.
We all want the best of everything for our children. We probably wouldn’t ever admit this out loud, but we want them to be more beautiful than we ever were. We want then to be smarter. We want them to feel they can dangle the world at the end of…
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