A Child’s Love

I am grateful that Keb can still love me despite the fact that I ruined his Mother’s Day.  It’s sad to admit that at 42, I still need to learn to be gracious.  I am lucky to have a child’s forgiving love.  As an adult, I know how hard it is to forgive and still love, even when it’s not personal.

Keb is a good kid.  I’m lucky to be his mom.  My husband, Taed, is a good husband (even when I’m mad at him).  I’m lucky to be his wife.  I’m very lucky to have my family even when I’m acting like an spoiled brat.

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3 thoughts on “A Child’s Love

  1. Cassie says:

    Quit beating yourself up. We all have those days. Yes Keb is a good kid and Taed is a good guy. Taed and Todd can watch Helvetica together, the boys can all play Bakugan or video games, and we will go shopping. OK we can dream about doing that…

    Are you coming to Iowa this summer?

  2. Taed says:

    _Helvetica_ is on my NetFlix list; I haven’t seen it yet.

  3. naoko says:

    We never be perfect. There is another impatient mom in Japan!

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