Respect. Love...and happiness.
Love-that's the most important thing you can give a parent.
A family who likes being together-respecting each other.
Hugs from my grandkids.
Happiness in your children...makes me happy too. They are happy and that makes me happy. I LOVE when they visit me! Togetherness.
What gifts would you give a new mother?
Diapers, clothes, little booties, toys...
I would like to share a story. Something precious. A gift from God:
"My husband and I were out of town. The good Lord sent us there because he knew I shouldn't go see the doctor back home. He knew I needed to see a doctor from that town. I talked to my friend who knew a doctor there. He said to finish my medicine and I'm glad I did! The good Lord sent me two healthy babies, twin sons. 5.5lbs and 6.5 lbs. That is a story you don't forget in your lifetime."
(singing) Jesus. Jesus. Jesus. Sweetest name I know. Fills my every longing. Keeps me singing as I go.
(another sings) Rockabye baby on the treetop. When the wind blows the cradle will rock. Down will come baby, cradle and all.
(another sings) Jesus loves me, this I know. (everyone joins in singing) For the bible tells me so. Little ones to Him belong. They are weak but He is strong. Yes, Jesus loves me! Yes, Jesus loves me! Yes, Jesus loves me! The bible tells me so.
(peacefully and with reverence) I think the best gift we can give a mother is respect and love...and a father too.
I had the best father.
I didn't have one. My dad passed away before I had children.
I remember my father...he was the most wonderful father a child could have.
God #1. Love. People. But I would change that around. God. Love. People. Without God there would be no people. People would be #2. God. People. Love. You HAVE to know God.
Authors:Genevieve, Raymond, Delores, Pat, Allyne, Patsy, Darlene
Brenham Nursing and Rehabilitation Center