in the calm moments between
day of church, fun, play, Awana
my son walked into the kitchen.
With arms finding my middle,
he looked up with blue eyes of crystal
Have I told you that?”
Suddenly I forgot
why I grounded him on Saturday.
With his arms around me and
blue crystals locked in my brown ambers,
all shone perfectly clear in my world.
I received the sweetest gift
a girl could be given.
Awwwww… my eyes are about to spill over. So precious.
Such sweetness! Heart melter!
What a big old hunk of honey!!!
Sounds just like J.C.!!!
Awwww! Sweet, sweet boy. My kids used to do stuff like that, too. Except, they’d come up to me, put their arms around me, look up at me with their bloodshot eyes, and say, “Did you realize you have hair growing out of your nostrils?”
That sounds like something my Daddy would say, “Awww, that’s sweet! I’m doubling your allowance! What’s 2x’s nothing?”
good for him! i hear a great daddy role-model coming through those words. go daddy – show that young man how to love a woman! i bet you gave him a big ‘ol squeeze and kiss after that – hope you’re totally recovered from your migraine – praying for you and your family !
You can go a loooong way on sweetness like that, can’t you? Glad to have found your blog through Megan @ Faith like Mustard. You crack me up and I’m all about cracking up.
Awwww, sweet, sweet boy! What a wonderful Sunday!
Another great post. Thanks for sharing this. I enjoy reading your blog very much. Spending time with my family and doing fun activities is something that truly makes me happy.
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Wow you sure did!
This post makes my heart melt. However, as the mother of five boys, I’m also pragmatic. Did HE remember why you grounded him Saturday? : )
What a sweet boy. I also have to say that FringeKid’s eyelashes in the first photo slay me.