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So cute, Paula, They're very lucky to have such a talented mom and I can imagine that the women 'who know they can't return them' have a lot of fun when they're around you!
Billie...You're my NEW BFF! If I send you their addresses, will you please write them about how LUCKY they are to have a Mom like me?? Thanks!!
Yes, my daughters-in-law laugh around me. I don't really want to know WHY! LOL
You make me smile! I'm sure they don't need a letter to inform them how lucky they are :) They already know.
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Edward J. Palumbo says
Lovely, Thank you, Edward. "Our world was a fine place to be, so we wanted to enlarge it, expand it..." I think psychologists would call this an extremely healthy outlook on the relationship of marriage to children.
Catherine Tally says
Thank you, Catherine. I agree. AND I love the "re-living" childhood part for the valid excuse to play with the toys. Did you see the remote control Anna from Frozen doll. Oh my goodness, I need an excuse to get her :) that or an RC helicopter :)
Jose Juan Gutierrez says
Jose, I think you expressed the CORE of our motive to have children. It seems as if it's a "Prime Directive" as Captain Kirk of Startrek might say. It's the underlying principle from which all the other motives arise. Thank you!
Nadeem Koudsi says
Ah, that is a very strong and meaningful motivation! Our children become better than we were - every generation becomes more noble, more giving, more helpful to the world. I think that's a driving force. Thank you Nadeem
Joan Hall says
Joan, That is absolutely WONDERFUL! I'm so happy for you.