Uniquely Tina- Children Story
"Momma, momma!" Tina cried running home to momma arm. "Honey what's wrong?" her mother asked wiping her daughter tears. "Momma! My friends...they say...they say I'm weird. They say I'm dumb and ugly! Boo hoo..." Tina whimper. "Awe honey...that's not true..." said Momma hugging and stroking her daughter back. "No momma! No! I'm different, I'm not unique....boo hoo," said Tina continue crying. "Oh honey...your not dumb nor your not unique. You are unique to me, your grandma, your grandpa, your other friends, your siblings, your teacher, and most importantly yourself," said Momma. "Really?" asked Tina frowning and trying to catch her breath from crying. "Yes dear," replied Momma with a smile stroking her daughter hair.
"Now now, wipe your tears cutie pie! My big girl don't cry! Lets go finger paint and make finger prints," said Momma. "Okay," said Tina while she waits for her mother to bring paint and paper. Momma and Tina played finger paint together and start printing their fingers on the paper. "You see honey, your finger print are different from mines. We were meant to be different and being different is what makes each one of us unique," said Momma. "Really mom?" Tina assured. "Yes dear," replied Momma with a smile.
"If you did not exist, there will be a big hole in Gods' creation and a big gap in history, this is why we need you and everyone else in this world to fill this gap and make history," said Momma. "Oh....wow! " said Tina with her big almond eyes wide open. "So I am unique and important!" Tina yelp excitedly. "Absolutely!" said Momma smiling. Tina got up running around the house screaming, "I'm unique! I'm unique!" Hugging her mother and say, "Thank you Momma; I feel gifted".
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