A good mother knows her children by name.
She leads them only to safe places.
She teaches them right from wrong and will risk her own life to save them.
She feeds them only good food that brings nourishment to the body, to help it grow strong.
She puts herself last when it comes to their needs.
She will feel the same way about any future children she might have.
She loves them equally.
A gal on the CBS Leadership committee wrote this a few weeks ago during the week we were focusing on the Lords Prayer. She wrote a rendition obviousely based on the similarities in the Father's love for his children and the Mother's love for her children. I thought it was beautiful and wanted to share it with you all!
Happy Birthday to Linda (Chad's mom)!...her birthday is tomorrow - thanks for being such a wonderful mother and grandmother to our family - we love you and look forward to celebrating tomorrow night!
And I'll leave you with this picture I took this evening. After I tucked the kids in their OWN beds....I heard them softly whispering to each other about 30 minutes later so I went in to check on them. This is what I found. Shepherd had his arm over Rauly and was assuring her that she was safe from the monsters. When I asked what was going on he told me that she had gotten scared and that he told her she could sleep with him tonight. If only they were always this sweet... ;)