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Thursday, June 26, 2014

transformations: a never ending love


Is there any greater love than that of a mother for her children?


daughter Cary (on right) age 4 with her BFF Ashley
It is a love that is never ending and a love that changes us forever in ways that we never could have imagined.


daughter Katy approx. age 6 with our beloved dog Cowboy
So today I have written something to my own daughters with the thought that it is for every daughter from every mother. 





Is there any greater transformation?







26 comments:

  1. A beautiful post. I am so glad that I have a daughter. There is a special bond between mother and daughter. I also have three sons.

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    1. There is a special bond, Debby, I don't have a son, but I do have a wonderful grandson.

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  2. I'm lucky to have a special bond with both my daughter and my son. Beautiful post. I'll go wipe away my tears now. xo

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    1. I don't have a son, Kim, but I know how much I love my grandson :)

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  3. That is absolutely beautiful, Laura. I feel the same way about my daughters. They are so special to me! And what sweet photos. :-)

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    1. Thank you, They definitely teach us the depths of love.

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  4. I don't have daughters but did raise two granddaughters whom I feel like are my daughters. There is a love that is so strong. Same with my son. I also think Moms and sons have special bonds that never go away - whether they are near or far, young or old - he'll always be my little boy!

    Nice post.

    Judy
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    1. I didn't have any sons, Judy, but I am sure there is a wonderful bond there, too. I know that I adore my grandson. :)

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  5. Ah such a sweet post :) And they were so darn CUTE in these pics when they were little! :)

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    1. Thank you. They have always been pretty darned cute. :)

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  6. Thank you 😘. I know the love that you have for me, I feel it and share each day with my own three.

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    1. And the greatest thing is that you are passing the love onto your children and they will pass it on to their's :)

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  7. Lovely Laura. Every first day of school, I would spray some of my perfume on the girls' wrist and told them I always think about them.

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  8. beautiful beautiful girls and such beautiful writing,

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  9. Laura, I love my daughters so much! Having children changes your life so completely!

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    1. It does, Linda. It is the most wonderful thing :)

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  10. Laura, I have been in my bed ready to sleep and say I love you daughters....to send out a secret prayer for my girls. Nice to know other mommys do to. xoxo,Susie

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    1. I think, Susie when our children are young we tuck them in at night with an I love you, and when they are grown and no longer living with us we still whisper the I love you. xo

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  11. Yes, Laura. A mother's love is eternal and profound. Susan

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