I remember the days when your hands fitted in mine. When your legs would wrap around me as I lifted you in my arms. Holding on to mommy, never letting go.
The evenings we spend reading, each one of you slowly working the words out until letters became sentences, lines became paragraphs. Each growing and learning in your own unique wonderful way.
I remember our random danceathons or when you all decided to play make up.
I so remember your siblings arguments it was also someone’s else’s fault. You all raged against each other promising never to speak again only moments later you filled the house with laughter and each other’s arms with cuddles.
I remember your kindness the way you all cared for your sister. Nothing was to much, holding her hand when she was seizuring to endless hours at her hospital bed.
I remember your heartache, your brokenness at her loss.
I truly remember your bravery each one of you choosing to reach out and love on others when it would have been so easier to stay closed and safe.
I remember how amazing my girls are.
I know how incredible my girls are.
I remember how blessed I felt when each one of you were born and I know how blessed I am today.
My girls you aren’t babies anymore, you are strong incredible beautiful women.
I am so proud of all that you have become and so excited for what the future holds for you all.
I admire your strengths, your individuality.
All moving forward in your own direction, finding yourselves in this crazy world.
You are my heart, my greatest achievement.
Kennedy, Eden, Brodie never forget how much I love you.
Olivia you are the missing piece of my heart. One day we will be together again.
To my beautiful incredible boys, you may not have been born from my body but you were certainly born in my heart. Thank you for allowing me to love you.
Mother’s Day is special we celebrate our moms and all they do.
I want to celebrate those that made me complete.
Made me a mother.
My beautiful children.