Our older 3 children all have pen pals that they write to every month.
The other day they were writing letters, while their younger brothers were pretending to write letters as well.
My 5 year old wrote this letter. He asked me to read it. So I made up what it said.
“Dear Mommy, you are the best mommy in the whole wide world…”
He started erasing it, “No! No! No! Mommy you need to learn how to read!”
Ha! I laughed but informed him that the real problem was that he needed to learn how to write.
My husband and I were realizing the other day that we have kids in just about every stage. Here in about 6 years we probably will have kids in every stage as our eldest will be old enough to move out on his own.
Wow! Where has the time gone?
Meanwhile we’re continuing to learn.
This past week we’ve dealt with everything from teething, potty training, to puberty.
My solution to all these issues? Give the kids more work!
Yes. They might not like me now but I hope they will appreciate all this work when they’re grown with families of their own.
For now I’ll just keep on praying for each one of them and dream of the days when we start having grandchildren come over. My husband and I can’t hardly wait until we can spoil those grandchildren real good and send them home. I’m beginning to understand this spoil the grandkids thing. 🙂
How has your week been? Do you have days that you struggle with the new stages your children are going through? Feel free to share with me in the comments.
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That is a beautiful story!
Our children Learning is so amazing! Lmc
Thanks, Laura. Isn’t that the truth!