- 11 May, 2017
- Lydia Herrera
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- Memories, memories of your child, parenting an AdHD child,
Now that both our sons are adults . . .
I find myself cherishing sweet memories of them as little boys more and more…
… the Mother’s Day when I got breakfast in bed – toast, an apple, and coffee. The look on their faces as I ooooo’d and awwww’d about the good cooks they were – so precious.
… the cutest wood angel our ADHD son made in kindergarten – my most treasured Christmas decoration. I know how hard it was for him to do.
… the pure joy on our son’s face when he picked out his first puppy – the runt of the litter –so much like him and his big heart.
When I stop to think of it, the best and happiest memories are the ones that cost nothing…
- the precious smiles
- watching them sleep so peacefully
- the sweet homemade cards and gifts
- the times when I could just hold those boys in my arms – just because. (And they loved it!)
As life progresses in your home, I encourage you to
find time to remember.
Savor each memory that brings a tear to your eyes.
Spend a moment with the times that made your heart break with pride and joy.
Take time to just look at your child. They change so fast; implant that childhood innocence and sweetness in your mind.
Don’t miss the opportunity to say the words you long to say or do what you’ve been meaning to do with or for your child.
Make good memories this week. I pray the best memories are still to come!
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