The Magic Of Children

Magic with my children can come in the form of a simple conversation. Here’s sharing one that happened just hours ago.

I had a lotta stuff running through my mind even before sleeping hours came that even a hawt night cannot help it.  I remember falling asleep but was jolted around 3:45am. Tossed and turned on the bed yet still unable to fall back to sleep till like 4:30am. I decided to go to the girls’ room and see if i could get a sniff of them and get back to sleep. Since DD1 was recovering from high fever yesterday, i decided to give her more space to breathe so i tucked in beside DD2.

She whispered.

DD2 : Mum… is that you? (Night light was off)

Me : Yes sweetie, it’s me. Sorry to wake you.

DD2 : No you didn’t wake me. It’s ok. What happened?

DD2 : Had a bad dream?

Me : Hmmm… kinda. And i can’t go back to sleep.

DD2 : Ssh.. ssh.. it’s okay now. I’m here for you. (tapping me)

Me : Thanks darling.. i appreciate that.

DD2 : No thank you-s needed Mummy. Don’t mention it.

DD2 : You are always here for me so i will always be here for you too.

Me : Aaaww sweetie, that’s very nice to know. (heart aching now)

DD2 : Did you tell Daddy about it.. did you wake him.. to tell about your dream.. or tell him you can’t sleep?

Me : No i didn’t. I don’t think i should. Why do you ask?

DD2 : Well, i’m just asking. It’s good that you didn’t or else Daddy will not be able to go back to sleep and will not have enough rest, how is he going to go to work tomorrow. Then he will be cranky.

Me :  Yeah, you’re quite right there sweetie.

DD2 : You still can’t sleep yet, Mummy? (sensing some movement)

Me : Yeah.. a lil’ problem. Cos of the things running through my mind..

DD2 : You must sleep cause you have to take care of jie-jie (feverish). I don’t need enough sleep now, it’s ok. I am in afternoon session so i can still go back to sleep and wake up a little later than usual. You must have enough rest, Mummy. Ssh.. ssh.. (now she is stroking my hair so gently that tears are starting to well up in my eyes)

DD2 : Mummy, can you lift your head up for awhile?

Me : Ok.

DD2 : Here, dry your tears and blow your nose, Mummy. Later, you cannot breathe properly, how to go back to sleep? See, luckily i kept one pack of pocket tissue underneath my pillow.

Me : Thanks darling, now go back to sleep too yah..

DD2 : Ok. But not until YOU go back to sleep first.

DD2 began singing our special go-to-sleep song i created that i had been singing each time they took a nap or went to bed at night.. since they were both babies. My tears just kept on flowing now… the floodgates just opened.

DD2 : Ssh ssh.. "Close your eyes and go to sleep and we will sing tomorrow…. (then she hummed the rest of the song to lull me to sleep)

She whispered, "I love you Mummy. And i will always be here for you. Don’t worry, with me here the bad dreams will go away. God will also protect us."

DD2 hugged me to sleep, whispering sweet nothings and hummed till i really slept i suppose, cos the next thing i realised they were both outside watching TV with very low volume. The last thing i heard her whisper to my ears was. "Luckily you have me, right Mummy… ssh ssh sshh.. you sleep now, i’m here."

DD2 ever asked about how she came to this world. I mentioned in casual passing that we never intended to have her. We thought we’d have one first which meant only jie-jie… then see how we would cope. But we sorta accidentally (unplanned) had her. And when she asked how she was as a baby, we told her that she was a very naughty baby, refused to sleep, so hard to fall asleep, always wanted to be carried… (etc). But she was just so super chubby and cute and she was nevertheless a gift from God for us.. We loved her anyways… that as she grew older she became more and more our little angel… and at times the mischievous little monkey as well.

So from that day on, whenever she CAN do something nice or something right, she never failed to remind us that her existence did bring us happiness.

As an educator, i believed children are always listening… even though at times we think they’re not. This magical wee hours of this morning just proved to me she listened and absorbed and understood what i’ve been telling her since she was little… she used the exact same words i used to pacify her when she cried or when she felt sad… and to hear her say, that she would always be here for me was the best thing she could’ve said today.

It calmed me down enough to go back to sleep. This was one morning i knew that my staying home was more than just sacrifice. It was this magic that was brewing all the while awaiting to be cast upon. The magic i shared with my DD2.

"Mummy loves you DD2, you’re my one and only little angelic monkey." 

hope i can be as lucky as u

reading this makes me wonder if my two DD will do the same to me….yes, though im daddy but i still dreamt of the very close relationship i have with them and will continue to have with them when they are grown up…really look forward to that day….now i just hope i can be this lucky….really touching story…thanks for sharing…..

My magical moment

I will always remember the day my child turned two, my hubby and I was going through some rough patches. That day was particularly bad for me. While I was drying him up after his shower and getting him ready for bed, tears welled up my eyes. It was all in silent until My child spoke,"mummy, don’t cry, I love you." goodness me, I was crying even harder after that because my child could empathize with my feelings and would try to comfort me. It is amazing.

Beautifully Sensitive daughter you have !

Hi Buds

What a beautiful encounter you’ve had, my eyes welled up too… And a wonderful daughter with a beautiful heart!

That also reminds me of the difference between boys and girls. Girls are usually more expressive and sensitive. Boys less so. I shared a sad moment with one of my twin sons this morning and he actually stopped what he was doing, sat up and patted me on my head — his own little way of comforting me and saying it’s alright. no words but a simple action that made me so touched!

The pureness of our children is always priceless! We should always remember to count our blessings!

Thank you for sharing Buds!

Adults in kids' bodies? :lolz:

Quote shizta, "…so touched. your little darling is so sweet. i’ve got tears in my eyes after reading… got so emotional…"

Heyya shizta, truthfully… i was super emotional during that short conversation it was hard going back to sleep. But frankly, it did put my mind off my troubles for a bit there back then. I didn’t realise this sharing wud make others well-up like i did but goes to show we all have one thing in common… the gift of love.

…"have got similar surprises from the kids, sometimes really wonder if they are "adults" in "kids" body :)"

GAWD! 

I was thinking EXACTLY the same thing! 

Each time my DDs come up with some sooo "adult" representation; i raise a brow and do wonder where it came from… for after that they’d be back to doing their kiddie stuff all over again… as if nothing happened. 

 bÜds

Gift of love is spelt... T... I... M... E... ;-)

Quote autumnbronze, "Hey buds,

Thank you for sharing this touchingly beautiful and intimate moment."

It IS indeed a really beautiful AND intimate moment, luv… and definitely one i will always remember especially when they’re growing up so fast these days, i will look back on this and smile myself to sleep in future when they’ve flown the nest.

"I always believe that it is a privilege to be a mother/parent (perhaps cuz of my past trying to sustain my pregnancies experience), and one is further blessed if the child is as insightful and sensitive as your "mischievious little monkey."

Never realized all these years raising her that she… my completely active monkey is actually a sensitive little angel inside. 

Yes, your time and effort that you have spent bringing up your kids have/are paying off …. I am sure of it. Rest assured buds, I do believe your gals will always be there for you.

autumnbronze

Well, guess that’s why someone came up with this anecdote :

The gift of love is spelt… T… I… M… E. 

 bÜds

With my #3...

Quote treenymph, "you are blessed twice over, buds!" 

Thanks treenymph, i hope it will be thrice over with my #3! 

 bÜds

Blessed..

Quote duriz, "Great article. Both you and DD2 are very very lucky."

Thanks duriz… 

Indeed we both are… very very lucky to have one another. 

 

 bÜds

Great article. Both you and

Great article.

Both you and DD2 are very very lucky.

That's very touching.

That’s very touching. Thanks for sharing

you are blessed twice over,

you are blessed twice over, buds!

Aaaww..

Quote Andaiz, "Amazing child you have there buds…then again, amazing mum you are yourself. Can’t help but tear. Yes, kids learn vicariously from us – not just the verbal but also the non-verbal.

You have taught them well, Buds, I’m going to hug the gals now…"

My DD2 went aaaawww while reading your note above.

Yes, vicarious is quite the word, ain’t it, Andaiz… I teared while

typing out the post honestly and felt better after i put it up. I

just had to get it out of me. It was just like an ache-y feeling..

if ya noe wat i mean. Thanks for your vote of confidence, Andaiz.

 

 bÜds

And blessed i am...

Quote ks2me, " Blessed is the mum who has children whose hearts are rightly placed."

And blessed i am, ks2me… thanks for the sweet note.

 bÜds

Thank you

Hey buds,

 

Thank you for sharing this touchingly beautiful and intimate moment.

I always believe that it is a privilege to be a mother/parent (perhaps cuz of my past trying to sustain my pregnancies experience), and one is further blessed if the child is as insightful and sensitive as your "mischievious little monkey."

Yes, your time and effort that you have spent bringing up your kids have/are paying off …. I am sure of it. Rest assured buds, I do believe your gals will always be there for you.

autumnbronze

So Touching :)

so touched. your little darling is so sweet. i’ve got tears in my eyes after reading… got so emotional…

have got similar surprises from the kids, sometimes really wonder if they are "adults" in "kids" body 🙂

Hi Buds, I read your

Hi Buds,

I read your article last night after putting my children to sleep and my tears flowed non-stop. I make sure that today at the office, I will write to thank you for your sharing and reminder! You have done a good job and being blessed with 2 beautiful girls! Kudos to you 🙂

NB: I am sure you wouldn’t mind for me to share your inspiring experience with a few friends right… Cheers

What a cheerful and cutie

What a cheerful and cutie gal is she!  Can’t stop the smiling from my heart and stick on my face while reading her response…  buds, u are blessed with this lovely gal!!

Thanks for your sharings...

Quote tutormum, "What a touching post. I agree that children are much more clever than we ever thought. DS3 also always wondered why he is here esp when we already have had 2 boys. I told him that he was unplanned and I was prepared to keep the baby if only it was a girl.. Tests results shown that it was girl but in the end it was a boy. So I always said that God tricked me into carrying DS3 to full term. I told DS3 this story in a cheeky way that he is unwanted actually cos he sticks to me like superglue. However, he knows that he is wanted and much loved. As he does much better than his 2 brothers academically, he always reminds me that I am fortunate that I didn’t abort him. Among the 3 boys, DS3 is closest to DH and me. Last year, his Chinese teacher told me that when he taught the class about family life and filial piety, he was very confident that DS3 will be very filial towards me. Well, this will also depends on what type of wife DS3 will marry. Though DS3 has mentioned that he will not marry and if he does, he will divorce his wife if she doesn’t treat me well, that’s a saying "you le lao po mei er zi" = married a wife, no more son."

Yaah, they’re smarter than we think. You’re right about that tutormum.

I found the part about God tricking you into keeping him part rather funny.

I’m sure even though the jokes of finding him in the dustbin (from another

thread) cannot keep your boys away from being sticky to you. I married my

husband, but i didn’t get a mother either leh.. I got a MOTHER IN LAW!

Please excuse the bold print. Ehem..  Thanks for your sharings, tutormum.

 bÜds

It is so touching...

You are so lucky to have such lovely and attentive child. Our children may be a mischievious monkey at times but they will show their magic the least u expect it. If my son or daughter were to say the exact same thing to me, i would have just cry like a baby..yeah im an emo like that..hehe so good job mommy..you brought them up well! 🙂

Priceless Angel

Quote pecalis, "Thanks for this post. Have also been following your sharing in other threads. Your gals are indeed your pride and joy."

Btw, my DD2 is also my Priceless Angel

Appreciate your quick note, pecalis.

I had no idea you were following my other threads.

By other threads, i hope you mean the education-related ones. 

Yes, you are right pecalis… my girls are the love of my life.

They brought some pain while coming out from me. Ouch.

They brought happiness while growing up the infant years.

They brought me some share of headaches in their terrible threes.

They made me nuts with their endless catfights… but during those

times that i can count on them, they bring me great peace and solace

from the harshness of reality & the worries of the unexplained. I’m

blessed…

Hugs for your Priceless Angel from me…

 bÜds

Good reminder for myself too! ;)

Quote mathaceclub, "Hey Bud,

 I am almost touched to tears:) Its really true that children model our actions and words, this serves as a reminder to us parents that we should always think before we act or talk, especially in front of our kids.. Thanks for sharing. :)"

Almost nia… nebber cry yet lah, right? Kidding kidding! Dun mind my siao-ness..

Yes, children especially the young uns’ are always imitating how their teacher conducts class at home with their siblings and parents. So if the teacher in her is always hands on hips and scolding  away, the young uns’ are telling you something on the nature of her daily lessons in class. Should they use endearing words to call you when they’re playing with you and you’re not used to saying them around your children, you can be sure their teacher is a passionate and loving one. So as parents, it works vice versa. They will use the same kind of language and mannerisms back at us. They will also bring the vocab they’ve been using at home to school as well. I’ve had a student who was exasperated with her classmate and she had this to say to the fella; in my presence. "Your behaviour is soooo unbecoming! I will not take it!" With hands on hips and all she came to me to seek justice. Hehee.. I had fun bearing the news of that episode to her mum, who had many sheepish laughs over it and shared even many more terminologies she had been using with her kiddies at home.

So, yes mathaceclub… you’re very right we should mind our language and our manners ESPECIALLY in front of our future leaders. Thank you for your quick and sincere note. It’s nice to hear from you..

 bÜds

Hug ya back! ;)

Quote GreenQ, "You have a sweet, lovely and sensible gal gal, buds! I am really touched by her words to hug u into sleep…. Give her a BIG BIG hug ok… :)"

Heyya GreenQ, honestly i would usually be caught by surprise with her sensibility sometimes. She can be a total kid one moment and the next minute, she would be back running, jumping and monkeying around… back to her kiddie self. Weird uh? I was touched to bits and i cried myself silently to sleep.

She told me to tell you she hugs you back, GreenQ.

She said it monkey-ingly…. Tell GreenQ… hug hug kiss kiss big hug big kiss.

(She copied that line from the movie Nacho Libre when Jack Black read his love letter!)

When i told her of your triplets, she said wow, GreenQ sure very busy, mummy!

 bÜds

You are most welcome

aawww i was surprise to see your reply… Though I dun post often in the forum but I know a good post when i see one   I read a lot of your posts in the forum and I like your hands-on and innovative ways of teaching kids so I just have the need to drop a note to you after reading your heart warming story…

I still have loads to learn from experiences of others too…I’m so glad we could “meet” here for discussions and share parenting experiences…

Heart touching one

when I read this I started to melt a bit. Yes children are like angels. 

"i believed children are always listening… even though at times we think they’re not. This magical wee hours of this morning just proved to me she listened and absorbed and understood what i’ve been telling her since she was little… she used the exact same words i used to pacify her…."

You are 100% true. There are no words to comment 

Like she knew...

Quote mummy of 2, "That’s really sweet, and it’s really the small things and such moments that will stay with us (and hopefully the kids) that will trigger a smile when we think about it."

Yah, so sweet and also surprising for me. It’s almost like she knew i needed some comforting that morning. That little angelic monkey of mine continues to surprise me with her antics everyday…

Hopefully like you said, these magical moments will stay with them too. Thanks for dropping by, mummy of 2! I appreciate your thoughts.. Kisses and hugs for your very  handsome DS and ever so cute DD from auntie buds. You have beautiful kiddies.

 bÜds

Children are Magic in our life

Good job buds ,

Like to share this with you and all …

EACH TIME A CHILD IS BORN , THE WORLD LIGHTS UP WITH POSSIBLILTIES 

 

kudos to buds thks ??

 

Very inspirational and thanks for the reminder

Your post brought tears to my eyes.  It reminded me how our little ones can be our source of courage and strength.  Interesting how the roles reverse and they become our minders sometimes.

As a mother of 5, I had 4 accidents, that’s 4 times more than you!  Ha ha!  But, all the same, they all bring special joys to our hearts none can be replaced, and each brings a different blessing and a gift from God.

Children are gifts, but above all, they have provided us so many lessons that we otherwise would have missed.  Thanks for the timely reminder!

Laugh with them...

Quote Lock, "Really lovely post. I can imagine myself tearing if I were in ur shoes. It is indeed true that children hear us. I am sure most of u hv experienced ur kids using the exact same words n mannerism u hv used to reprimand their siblings or frens.
We reap wat we sow. So, let’s always remember to sow words of love in our kids. 🙂
thanks for d great post, buds."

Oh dear, sorry to have made you tear… Yeah girl, the children hear us. Through our actions, non-verbal cues, body language (what we’re truly saying… hahaa), through our naggings… They also hear us through our laughter. I noticed my girls can remember our silly chats and funny jokes while growing up, cos they will ask me… "Mummy, remember that time you said…. And it sure was funny." So while we talk to them, sing to them and definitely scold them… also remember to laugh with them. Laughter is the best medicine. Yep, we reap what we sow… so let’s all sow much happiness in our children for it’s also through them we will find ours.

Thanks for dropping your sweet note, Lock.

 bÜds

Your note means a lot to me...

Quote keroppi30, "buds you have taught your gals well… she is such a sweetie."

Thanks for the note Keroppi30. Coming from somebody who hardly posts much around our threads, this note means a lot to me. You are right about one thing, SHE IS a real sweetie when she can behave like one. Like i said she is also one cheeky, mischievous little monkey. 😉

And i do hope i have taught them well so far…

I still have more to learn. I will learn as i go along..

Learn from the experiences of others and also learn

by listening to my children more now than i already have.

 bÜds

Silent comfort...

Quote schweppes, "Hi Buds, an inspirational post. Thanks for sharing.

At some point or other, our children touch our lives in the deepest way possible. Their innocence and unconditional love for us, make all our sacrifices so worth our while.

"This magical wee hours of this morning just proved to me she listened and absorbed and understood what i’ve been telling her since she was little… she used the exact same words i used to pacify her when she cried or when she felt sad… and to hear her say, that she would always be here for me was the best thing she could’ve said today."

In this sharing, it reminds us that our children model after our thoughts, actions and behaviour. And for that, we need and we should strive to be a better person. We can see the love and blessings surrounding your daughters and they have you, their mummy to be grateful for!"

Hi schweppes, i didn’t know it came across as something inspirational. It was just casual sharings on my end; of something i just had to let out from my system that day. It was a sorta emotional day for me at that time so i suppose it came off a wee bit sentimental.  I’m at a crossroad at this point of my life and DD2’s way of telling me with her little "signs" sorta assure me that i may be able to do this right. We sometimes think that as adults and as parents, we are the ones to be there for them… comfort them… console them… pacify them… and tell them things will be all right in times of need. Little do we sometimes realise; that in a strange way, we need them too. Realise that we’re only human. And at times of our adversities, little can be resolved from all the adult talk. It sometimes just adds more confusion to the issues at hand. Through children’s innocent hearts; they tell us what they think and they see and feel, through our eyes. They have the ability to provide us that silent comfort with their pure hearts. God bless our children.

 bÜds

Aww buds,  this was just

Aww buds,  this was just so sweet… thanks for sharing this with us.  You are truly blessed.

Thanks buds for this post.

Thanks buds for this post. Very touching. Though my kids may not be as thoughtful as yours, but whatever small little things they do to me, I will feel touched too.

thanx buds

for sharing. What a sensible girl you’ve! Mature beyond her years!

 

 

  

From DD2

Thank you all for your messages…

buds will always be a good mummy to me and my jie-jie.

( From : buds’ DD2 )

 

*She asked to type this herself!*

Okay, i go cry now…

Buds, This is such a

Buds,

This is such a touching post, I had tears in my eyes! Thanks for sharing…

buds, you are great writer

buds, you are great writer and full of description.  I like to read your write-up. 

as a mummy, we are always full of delights and each other is so marvel when we see them grow-up.  Really thankful that I am marry and have wonderful children!  for sure, you are with such sensitive dd who is standing-by you.   of course…. because is your efforts that you have sowed each day.

Thank you!

Buds, thanks for the inspiration. Jan 2010, i finally found my courage to be a SAHM, with 3 great kids, i can now see why its all so worth it…..certainly very fulfilling and lots to learn from the parents here…. 🙂

Really cute, sweet and

Really cute, sweet and touching post

costumefly

sweetie

Buds, DD2 is so sweet!
My boy is exactly like her!
For the past one mth plus, i had lung infection and had fever on and off
Just last night i had a high fever again and dragged my feet to my boy CCC to fetch him home. After DD had taken his dinner and shower, i went to sleep and left him to play by himself. A while later DD came to my bed and touch my forehead

DD to Mummy: " Mummy, u fever? yr hand very hot" 
Mummy: "Yes, Mummy very sick"….
DD to Mummy:" OK, u wait for me!"
One min later…
DD went to the kitchen and took a pkt of medicine for me which i had left it on the kitchen tabletop
DD to Mummy:"Mummy, take yr medicine"

Mummy is so touched…. tears began to roll down…

Mummy to DD: "No water? How to take medicine?"
DD went to the kitchen again and took his plastic cup with some leftover water which i had given to him earlier on
DD to Mummy: Mummy, water….
Mummy to DD: Thank you, stroke his head. "Can you go and play yourself"
DD to Mummy: Ok

I never knw my child is a big mummy so this sickness is a blessing in disguise  

 

 

actually buds,   i wanna

actually buds,

 

i wanna add that thank god for the gals…  after all the mental abuse, these two little angels are there to comfort you… 

its such a lovely and

its such a lovely and touching post that my tears just can’t stop….

 

and i am in the office! 

Thanks for sharing

Really touching…

 

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Siblings are the greatest gift parents have gave….

hi dear buds, u so

hi dear buds, u so terrible, write such a touching post. was in the office and my tears just flowed, so paiseh…

but really, u remind me of my dd whom, when she came into the room and saw me sleeping (i was pretending cos a little upset with her and also thinking a lot abt stuff like you). she took her little blanket, opened it with some difficulty cos she’s really stil a little girl and arranged the blanket nicely over me. then she "sayang-sayang" and pat on my arm, the exact same way i do for her. i was sooo touched i just cried.. (tears of joy of course)

so thank u dear for touching all of us! 🙂

 

Amazing child you have

Amazing child you have there buds…then again, amazing mum you are yourself.

Can’t help but tear.  Yes, kids learn vicariously from us – not just the verbal but also the non-verbal.

You have taught them well, Buds, I’m going to hug the gals now…

Great dd you have, Buds!

Blessed is the mum who has children whose hearts are rightly placed.

What a touching post. I

What a touching post. I agree that children are much more clever than we ever thought. DS3 also always wondered why he is here esp when we already have had 2 boys. I told him that he was unplanned and I was prepared to keep the baby if only it was a girl.. Tests results shown that it was girl but in the end it was a boy. So I always said that God tricked me into carrying DS3 to full term. I told DS3 this story in a cheeky way that he is unwanted actually cos he sticks to me like superglue. However, he knows that he is wanted and much loved. As he does much better than his 2 brothers academically, he always reminds me that I am fortunate that I didn’t abort him. Among the 3 boys, DS3 is closest to DH and me. Last year, his Chinese teacher told me that when he taught the class about family life and filial piety, he was very confident that DS3 will be very filial towards me. Well, this will also depends on what type of wife DS3 will marry. Though DS3 has mentioned that he will not marry and if he does, he will divorce his wife if she doesn’t treat me well, that’s a saying "you le lao po mei er zi" = married a wife, no more son.

Very Touched

Thanks for this post. Have also been following your sharing in other threads. Your gals are indeed your pride and joy.

Btw, my DD2 is also my Priceless Angel

Inspirational indeed:)

Hey Bud,

                   I am almost touched to tears:) Its really true that children model our actions and words, this serves as a reminder to us parents that we should always think before we act or talk, especially in front of our kids.. Thanks for sharing:)

Touched

You have a sweet, lovely and sensible gal gal, buds! I am really touched by her words to hug u into sleep…. Give her a BIG BIG hug ok… 🙂

That's so sweet

That’s really sweet, and it’s really the small things and such moments that will stay with us (and hopefully the kids) that will trigger a smile when we think about it.

Really lovely post. I can

Really lovely post. I can imagine myself tearing if I were in ur shoes. It is indeed true that children hear us. I am sure most of u hv experienced ur kids using the exact same words n mannerism u hv used to reprimand their siblings or frens.
We reap wat we sow. So, let’s always remember to sow words of love in our kids. 🙂
thanks for d great post, buds.

unconditional love

At some point or other, our children touch our lives in the deepest way possible. Their innocence and unconditional love for us, make all our sacrifices so worth our while.

"This magical wee hours of this morning just proved to me she listened and absorbed and understood what i’ve been telling her since she was little… she used the exact same words i used to pacify her when she cried or when she felt sad… and to hear her say, that she would always be here for me was the best thing she could’ve said today."

In this sharing, it reminds us that our children model after our thoughts, actions and behaviour. And for that, we need and we should strive to be a better person. We can see the love and blessings surrounding your daughters and they have you, their mummy to be grateful for! 

Really lovely post. I can

Really lovely post. I can imagine myself tearing if I were in ur shoes. It is indeed true that children hear us. I am sure most of u hv experienced ur kids using the exact same words n mannerism u hv used to reprimand their siblings or frens.
We reap wat we sow. So, let’s always remember to sow words of love in our kids. 🙂
thanks for d great post, buds.

buds you have taught

buds you have taught your gals well… she is such a sweetie

  Hi Buds, an

 

Hi Buds, an inspirational post. Thanks for sharing.
Schweppes 

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