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Don't you just love it when you look at your child and say "i love you" and they look back with a big smile on their face, "I love you too, Mommy" <3

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believes that children are cheeky little angels sent by god to make us laugh

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Why is it that our children can't read a Bible in school, but they can in prison?

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says "Don't walk out of your child's life and then expect to walk back into whenever you feel like it."

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When will kids realise we weren't born the age we are now, we were their age once & know what they're up to!

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Moms heal their kids with a kiss, and kids heal their moms with hugs

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Children raised without responsibilities and consequences will be the welfare recipients of the future.

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We hold our children's hands for a while. We hold there hearts forever. We hold our children close, and pray we never have to let go.

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thinks whomever invented the phrase "terrible twos" must have gotten rid of their kid before they hit 3!

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kid;hey hey hey hey hey mom;what kid; oh i forgot

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having a daughter means knowing that whatever else you did or didn't do, you gave the world something beautiful.

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Never go to bed without kissing your kids goodnight. Even if they are sleeping, pull the covers up to their chins and kiss them with love.

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I swear if I didn't talk to myself the only words I would say some days would be NO and STOP IT.

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has the kind of kids that dump their toys all over the floor so they can play with the toy box!!

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To a parent, it's not 'is the glass half full or half empty'; it's "WHO'S BEEN DRINKING OUT OF MY GLASS AND WHY ARE THERE FLOATERS IN IT!"

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