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"Why" of Love, The (by: Neil Eskelin)
Here's a message that needs to be drilled into the hearts and minds of every mom and dad: You don't love your kids because of what they do, but because of who they are.
Army Son, The (by: Author Unknown)
The Creightons were very proud of their son, Frank. When he went to college, naturally they missed him; but he wrote and they looked forward to his letters and saw him on weekends. Then Frank was drafted into the army.
As They Saw His Angel Face (by: Bob Perks)
They were both there the first time he cried. It was a joyful sound. The sound of life beginning and they waited so long to hear it. Mom and Dad were proud of him as they saw his angel face.
Babe with Wings, A (by: Marcey Earl)
From our love sprang inside of me a bit of hope for family
A tiny child from love's seed formed
A babe with wings for God to mold
Cake, The (by: Joseph Walker)
Cindy glanced nervously at the clock on the kitchen wall. Five minutes before midnight."They should be home any time now," she thought as she put the finishing touches on the chocolate cake she was frosting.
Child's Ten Commandments to Parents, A (by: Author Unknown)
1. My hands are small. Please don't expect perfection whenever I make a bed, draw a picture or throw a ball. My legs are short. Please slow down so that I can keep up with you.
Children Are Like Kites (by: Author Unknown)
You spend years trying to get them off the ground.You run with them until you are both breathless. They crash ... they hit the roof ... you patch, comfortand assure them that someday they will fly.
Dog And Cat (by: Author Unknown)
I just realized that while children are dogs -- loyal and affectionate -- teenagers are cats. It's so easy to be a dog owner. You feed it, train it, boss it around. It puts its head on your knee and gazes at you as if you were a Rembrandt painting. It bounds indoors with enthusiasm when you call it.
Enduring Labor (by: LeAnn Thieman)
The nurse approached him, smiling. "The labor is going great," she said. "Wouldn't you like to come in?"
"Oh, no." The man shook his head.
F-A-M-I-L-Y (by: Author Unknown)
I bumped into a stranger as he passed by,
"Oh, excuse me Please" was my reply.
He said, "Please excuse me too; Wasn't even watching for you."
We were very polite, this stranger and I.
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