To My Children

To My Children.
If you need me, just call me.I don’t care if I’m sleeping, If I’m angry with you or if i’m having my own problems. Just Call Me. I will always be there for you, no matter how big or smallyour problem is – I will be there.
A message to my Children. If you should ever need me, all you need to do is call me. It won’t matter I’m sleeping, If we’ve had a falling out or if I’m going through my own issues, because there’s nothing more important to me than my children. No matter what the circumstances, I will always be there for you to help, support and comfort you during your time of need. So please remember that I will always be there and I will always love you.
A child’s imaginary playmate just might actually be there. — DOUG DILLON
When you have brought up kids, there are memories you store directly in your tear ducts. — ROBERT BRAULT
The most valuable gift that you can give your children is not money; it is the ability to think positively. The money will soon be gone, but the ability to think positively will go on to help your children be a success throughout their lives. Mary Kay
“Parents with their words, attitudes, and actions possess the ability to bless or curse the identities of their children.” Craig Hill, The Power of a Parent’s Blessing
“I understood once I held a baby in my arms, why some people… keep having them.” Spalding Gray
“And, most importantly, I know that we need to directly teach our children the most vital lessons, rather than assume that they’ll be understood.” Galit Breen, Kindness Wins
We are children of a large family, and must learn, as such children do, not to expect that our little hurts will be made much of – to be content with little nurture and caressing, and help each other the more. George Eliot
“In the best of all possible worlds, parents and guardians love their children, unconditionally. They accept their children with all their imperfections, flaws, quirks and challenges, because real love never has to be earned; it’s given freely by those who are able to love.” Marcia Sirota, Be Kind, Not Nice
“It is not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves, that will make them successful human beings.” Ann Landers
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