The sweetest gift

the sweetest gifts
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I currently have 4 pears sitting in my fruit bowl as I patiently await their ripening.

My lovely munchkin doesn’t like pears but when they are handed out at school for a snack or with her school lunch she tucks them away in her lunchbox to bring home to me.

Munchkin:
I told my teacher you like pears, mom, so she says I can give them to you as a gift. Do you like your gifts?

Me:
Absolutely! I always love the gifts you bring and yes, I love pears! Thank you so much for thinking of me. (big smile and big hugs)

Munchkin:
You’re welcome, mom. (more hugs)

See, it’s the moments like these when being a parent feels the most rewarding. When the sleepless nights, the screaming (why do they scream when they play?), the insane tantrums that drive us bonkers, the stress when they won’t listen, the aggravation when they break everything, the worry when they’re sick… This is when it all seems worth it, FINALLY!

To all you parents out there, here’s to enjoying the good days and hope they soon outnumber the bad not so good ones!

Wishing you all a fantastic day.

Hugs,
A.

 


Contents written: November 18 2015 | Copyright 2015 Moylom Enterprises


 

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10 thoughts on “The sweetest gift”

  1. I treasure those moments💕💕💕💕💕 My little girl like to draw me hearts and write I love you mom. Ever since she learns how to write she haven’t stop drawing or writing I love you. Yesterday, I picked her up from school and was handed a I love you note 😍☺️😊She melts my heart every time . Thanks for sharing💕💕💕💕💕

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    1. So glad I wrote that post as it’s helping me through a current rough patch. It’s like I drop off my munchkin to school and somewhere along the day she is being exchanged/replaced with a ‘monster child’. I can’t even understand it! So frustrating!

      Thx for reading. Hope you’re having a good day. 😊

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      1. I am. Thank you. And I hear you. My son was all smiles and laughs over his Thanksgiving break, but dropping him off at school today was like dropping him off at a funeral. Let’s just say his mood was a bit sour, and he wasn’t too thrilled to return. 😉

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