My life = My daughters...Love you my princesses!!
Sometimes a simple hug makes everything a lot better especially when the hug comes from your child
Being a Mom is like being on house arrest...you can't go anywhere including the bathroom alone, and there's always someone asking what you are doing!
best thing about being a parent is coming home and being hugged by your children with all their smallness- knowing and feeling that the hugs are pure and true.
The best gift I ever gave my kids was each other.Hopefully someday they will appreciate that gift.
Why do some fathers have kids with women then wen the kids are born they decide.OMG i am not ready for a family! then just go!? .yea cheers Twat!
No medicine in the world can cure a case of the "bad day" except a good stiff dose of your children giving you a hug, a kiss and a "love you mom" all better
my kids' happiness comes before mine. I'd give up anything for them, for they are my world, life, heart, and soul. Without them i am nothing
wants to know why children will walk past their Dad, through the entire house to find Mom in the bathroom to ask their a question their Dad could answer
Oh, it's just my kids! ;-p
being a mom is hard... being a good mom is harder... being a good single mom is the hardest..
A real step-parent doesn't call their step-kids "step children". They call them "my kids" and treat them as they would treat their own!!
It is easier to build up a child than repair an adult. Your words and actions have power in your child's life, use them wisely!
Wonders, why is it that some of the things mothers say sound just like things you here in a mental hospital? ex. Stop licking the wall!
Why do kids have the ability to make you want to smack them and in the same 30 seconds smile at you and melt your heart?!
My #1 priority in life are my children! My happiness or love for someone will always be important but NEVER more important than my children!
I finally know the meaning of "because I said so."
Real parents will do everything they can to help their kids, to always be there for them, and show them that real love doesn't come from materialistic things.