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January 05, 2010

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ahhh, love it! And, love you!

miel

this is so sweet and touching!

Jennifer

I lost my mother when I was 12, and I had my son last year at 36. Even though it's been years, I still miss her, and get upset, and thought about her even more during my pregnancy and taking care of my little baby. It's so wonderful being a mother, and I feel closer to her in a way now that I am one.
Your mom sounds very special and I can't help from reading your posts about her that you are lucky you had such an amazing mom! Even though I lost my mom at 12, I am so glad she was my mother and made the impact on me that she did, just unfortunate I couldn't have had her in my life for longer.
Give your babies a big kiss from me! Your photos are beautiful!
_Jen

The Bold Soul

OK, you're making ME weep now.

Regan Dulin

You have a way with words that really speak to the depths of emotion. You put into words the meaning of such precious gestures shared between us and our little ones. With my youngest being five now, I cherish each time he holds my hand, or his favorite gesture is to stroke my cheek with his hand, not wanting to miss one moment. I am blessed to be your friend!

JChevais

Oh noes! You made me cry!

:-)

This is beautiful.

patois

How beautiful. I'm so sorry for you being without your mom; how wonderful, in a bittersweet way, that his gestures can transport you back to your time with her.

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