Monday, May 14, 2012

Modders day

"Happy Mudder's Day!" I heard that phrase all week. Everett told me on Monday when I picked him up from school, "Mom, I am not, let me repeat NOT making you anything for Mother's Day".
I said "Oh, good! Whew, I was worried". His response was a big grin.

This was his gift to me on Friday 
So sweet. I love Everett's tender caring heart. He has my emotions, we work as a pair together. I am so grateful that he leads the siblings. I am proud of him at the young age of almost 5, I cannot even imagine what he will achieve in life. I am so proud of you Everett!

I love Harry's spunk. The kid drives me nuts! He is deep in the Terrible 3's! But my absolute favorite thing is how he repeats stories that other people say as his own. Example: We were eating some "Necco's" the other day and I said when I was a little girl my dad used to buy me Necco's. Harry then says "Yeah, when I was a little girl I used to get Necco's too". awesome. I also love that he wants me to hold him and cuddle. It doesn't matter what time of day. I love him so much!

Jane. She is a daddy's girl. But she also loves to cuddle. We play babies together, and she does a good job of keeping up with her brothers. I am grateful that we have a nutty little girl in our family. She also loves to cuddle...but only for 3 seconds. I am loving my girlie!

                                                  These beauties are from my sweet heart.

I love Jack so much. He has taught me so much about being strong. He is there when I cry and there when I am happy. He is such a strength to me. I am so thankful that we have made such a beautiful family together and I hope we will continue to bring more children in this world. I love Mother's Day, but it also holds many emotions for me. It's hard. Being a Mom is crazy hard. I feel so responsible for every little tiny thing my kids do. But, with that comes the greatest moments of Joy when you know they are using the tools you've taught them to be good people. I am grateful for this opportunity. I am grateful for my Mom, as frustrated as I get I cannot imagine what my parents have felt through the years. They have been such an example of strength and carrying on. Thank You!

1 comment:

Kimberly said...

You are my hero, I hope I can be a Mommy like you. Love you!!