Mothers, what will you honestly prefer on Mother's day-a beautiful necklace,or a poem from your kid?
I have so many necklaces already, I would definately prefer something homemade. I keep these homemade keepsakes in a folder with my kids names on them. That way, in hope that when they get older, I can share their wonderful works of art. A necklace however will mix in with all the others!
Oh, a poem........
A word , a message, a sentiment, penned from the hand of my own child...........
whatever, she may say...........
Mothers are ladies. Which lady opposes the chance of getting a gift? It is a basic nature to feel great when one gets a gift at any point of time.
Necklace will be liked for the kid's effort, thought and time but poem will touch the heart to heart chord. Being a mother the heart to heart connection is the best ever gift. This gift is treasured within heart and can be cherished life long. Thus, if this option is available then why to select a materialistic gift?
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