Love ’em

Before you know it, they will be grown and starting their own lives. Grab that hug at every opportunity. Try not to leave the house without an embrace, kiss, or “I love you.” You won’t regret this effort, no matter how pressed you are for time. You will always be your child’s parent, but your time together really does go fast.

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4 Responses to Love ’em

  1. I love my babies. But my oldest son is my Angel on earth in the flesh.

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  2. drgeraldstein says:

    I couldn’t agree more. Now that I have grandchildren, the urgency has increased.

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