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February 18, 2016

A Letter to My Girls


Hey Yall!  This post is a bit different than my usual posts on this blog.  I'm collaborating with other blogs to write a letter to our children.  This post is dedicated to my daughters.






My two lovely girls!  I'm filled with so much warmth and joy to be finally able to be at home more with you.  I drop you off at school each morning and pick you up after school getting to see your bright smiles every day.  I love hearing about your day and how much you appreciate me being able to do more with you both.






I remember how much you would cry out to me saying you hate that my job holds me back from things like me attending your school functions, and God has blessed us for me to participate at your school now.






My darling girls, I don't know what I would do without you.  You make me whole; you make me a better person, you make me a loving person.  Being your mother is the best in the world, and I wouldn't trade it for anything!






You've both been asking me about my mom, and it's sad to say that I don't have a relationship with her, but please know that I'll be always there for you, God willing.  Nothing will ever have me turn my back on you both.  I'll always be there when you need me, a shoulder to cry on, someone to talk to, I'm there!






Baby girls, right now you love hanging out with me, having fun times together, but promise me when you get older we can still spend quality time together.  I just don't want you both to think I'm uncool to hang out with anymore.  I would be heartbroken.







I'm so proud of the young ladies you are becoming!  Beautiful, intelligent, kind hearted, thoughtful girls.  God sure has blessed me with amazing daughters!






*Hugs and Kisses*




Love, Mom




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10 comments

  1. Anonymous8:32 AM

    Lou, your Letter to your girls brought tears to my eyes. Reminds me so much of my mom, me and my sister. We talk three way on the phone everyday because we don't always get to see each other. My mom is in South Carolina, I'm in Georgia, and my sister just moved to Nashville, TN. Mom is now 70 and can't drive long distance so my sister and I try to go see her a few times a year. Your girls are adorable, smart, and loving and I guarantee they will always be that way and will always want to spend time with you.

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    1. I'm so happy to know that you, your sister, and mom has a great relationship together. I pray that my girls and I will still be very close like this when we're older.

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  2. Im teary eyed over here! you are such a WONDERFUL mom! Your girls are so lucky to have you

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  3. Anonymous6:29 PM

    Omg Lou!! This touched my heart. Children surely are a gift from God! Your girls are so blessed to have you! I wasn't having the best day but this post made me focus on what's really important. God bless you and your family!

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    1. Thanks girl! I hope you're having a better day now. Yes remember, when you're down, look at your family and you'll see what's really important in your life, and that will uplift you from any problems you may have.

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  4. Your girls are getting so big. I'm sure they appreciate everything you do for them.

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    1. Yes Joyce, they are growing way too fast!

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  5. Beautiful post! It is definitely a blessing that you can spend quality time with as they growth. Thanks for for sharing!
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    1. Yes, now I'm not missing out on life precious moments!

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