11 May 2008

who we've grown up to be

I would say I was a Daddy's Girl growing up. It's not that I particularly chose this role it just happened. My mom was there but kind of in the distance. I feel like both my parents were actually.

I often felt like my sisters were Mommy's Little Girls and it made me sad.

Today I can safely say that I am very close to my mom and that we love each other very much.
She is special. She is unendingly loving. She is super sweet and thoughtful. She is my best friend. The ear and shoulder I turn to in good times and bad. I don't know what I would do without her.

Thank you Mom, for everything you have been to me and for everything you have done for me.
I love you more and more every day and am thankful to have you in my life.

Happy Mother's Day.


Matilda said...

You are a good daughter... I'm positive your mother thinks that, I think it because you are a good niece! Sending love across the ocean!

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the very kind and thoughtful words. They brought happy tears to my eyes....You will probably always be your dads little girl and for me you will always be my big girl....that's how I saw you growing up once the twins were born. Such a big helper you were back in those days. I love you more than you'll ever know and miss you always. Thank you for being the daughter that you are.....you're special.
I love you,

Anonymous said...

Hey, being a daddy's girl isn't so bad! I'm so happy that you have such a good relationship with your mom. It's not easy being a mother. If it were easy, fathers would do it.