Remarkable parenting

The things you think of sometimes. Savie is such a loving child even with the change in our lives with me working 5 days a week and working such long hours she has been really good about it. I feel for her I really do. I understand that she is going for long days and not getting the time with mommy that she wants but she also gets to spend the evening with daddy, and then most of Sat with him.

Lately she has taken to running up to us and say “I love you” and then running off. Its so cute when she does it, lol. Well I was looking at this post over at Cool Moms Care and it reminded me of something that happened that happened today.

I was outside the studio doing something, I don’t have a clue right now what, and came back in. One of my moms and her daughter, who I will tell you about later, were there. As soon as I walked in the door, Savie came running over to me and said “mommy, I love you”, hugged my leg and ran away. The mom, standing next me, said “I wish my daughter did that”.

Does that make a remarkable parent?

2 thoughts on “Remarkable parenting

  1. Yes. Yes indeed it does make you a remarkable parent. Indeed, our kids are the only ones who get to honor us w/ that distinction… but I’ll go ahead and give you my vote 🙂

  2. I think so! To many kids don’t have the connection with their parents anymore so it’s wonderful when you can still get “I love u’s”.

    My son is 8 months and loves to hug and kiss me. People always say it wil change when he grows up. I think their jealous. HA. I hope to continue getting hugs and kisses even when he’s a grown man.

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