The best love letter I’ve ever received.
Posted on J August, 2012, in Family, Gratitude, Life, Motherhood, Parenting and tagged best love letter ever, family, family values, Funny letters from kids, funny things kids say, laughter, laughter is the best medicine, love, love letter. Bookmark the permalink. 23 Comments.
I am giggling here at the fun, but also with pride at how well he is writing..his pencil control is excellent ! Sent from my iPad
Mommy Meechie--U R TRULY A TEAR JERKING INSPIRATION TO ME as a parent person n family girl ... From the bottom of my endless tears of LAUGHTER--thank You... HERES MY Story: My 3yr old n i playing with water n bucket at splashpad 2gether--i ALWAYS INTERACT with MY children (& OTHERS FLOCK 2 US, that bugs 3 yr old..another story..) i am NOT "THAT MOM" that sits on the sidelines reading books or chatting the latest wit friends... (however i am jealous of women wit such easy kids n lives; i just dont have thise luxuriesLOL) .. ANYWAYS, soo were playing "MAKING SOUP"... FAITH(3yr name): "makin pa-ghtetti sayce..lalala" u know wit a sort of playful song in her voice.. MOM/ME: "WHAT Kind of Sauce r we making hunny? PA-ghetti Sauce? Mmmm" in encouragement n curiosity .. FAITH: "NO MOMMIE! NOT PA-gheetti; 'POO-GHETTI' SAUCE !!" ME: ROFL LMAO she was sooo Proud to make me laugh n say a 'bad word'!! BUT WE JUST LAUGHED!!!! Weve "EATEN" MUCH INTERESTINGLY named food since .. N its as DELICIOUS as her HUMOR n PERSONALITY !!! Thanks Mich xox
When I was growing up, my dad never had much sympathy with little injuries like skinned knees or bumps and bruises. He used to say 'rub it up!' no matter what was wrong, and we thought it was funny, especially when my mum was the opposite - she was always worried and gushy over every little scrape. So when my daughter started walking and falling over or crying over a little spill, I'd say 'rub it up!' and we would laugh. Then one day, I tripped and hurt my hand quite badly. I came with sad eyes and told my daughter - 'mummy's hurt'. She put her hands on her hips, stared me in the eyes, and said, 'rub it up, mummy, rub it up.'
Aww I love this! So excited to share. So my 3 y.o son has been obsessed with looking up images of bday cakes on the Internet even though his bday isn't until Dec. The other days, he wakes my husband up at 6 a.m. and says "Dad, I want a Batman cake, with loads of candles and you can even have some". My husband replies, half asleep "Where do you get this stuff from?! It's only 6 a.m!" To which my son replies - "Walmart".
That is so incredibly lovely... I actually laughed out loud myself reading it just now. Thank-you for bringing a smile to my face.
Love it! My boys spend their off hours glaring at me, like "I didn't want rice and eggplant for dinner. You suck, mommy." Still, one day, maybe I'll get a love letter. Dare to dream, no?
Haha. My little girl is almost 2. She's talking quite well now and is ever so curious about the world and everything that I do... We have been encouraging her to use the toilet recently.. (she likes to pretend she's a big girl) and claps and cheers for herself. At my inlaws I had to use the bathroom. She waited outside. When I came out she clapped and cheered for me and proceeded to tell everyone "mummy wee!! Yay mummy!" I guess nothing is sacred with a 2 year old!
Faith sounds absolutely delightful! And you sound like a fantastic mum - she is a very lucky little girl to have a hands-on mama like you. Thanks so much for sharing!
It's the funniest thing when we hear them mimic us. It shows - even when we think they aren't listening - they are!
Thank you, Tommy! Please click the follow button on the right - I'd love to hear your comments as I write.