Thanks for this article. My children are still very young and take soooooo much attention and effort. It's nice to think that one day they will be giving back to the world what I've given to them. And I guess in some small way they already are.
tina e.May 7, 2010
I also have four kids. And i see everyday a small token of Gods Love in them! They are a blessing, catch me on a bad day,i may change my mind! (but i always get back to my children being a blessing, and ThANK God for them and thier health always!)
ps. love the comeback for the rude lady! HAPPY MOTHERS DAY:)
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