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Letters To Our Children: April

This month's letters to our children's post focuses on grandmothers and a game of monopoly

Join us every month for a blog circle full of moms, writing a wonderful letters to our children. In them, we talk about our hopes our fears, our love….motherhood. After you read mine, make sure you scroll all the way down to the end of the page, to click on the link to the next letter.

Dear Pookah,

Have I ever told you how I love how you love on my mom? She visited with us for two whole weeks and each day, you were her shadow.  Grandmothers, it seems, are amazing. they get 6 year old grandchildren to make their beds everyday, clean up their toys, make learning fun AND they play marathon games of monopoly.

This Month's Letters to Our Children post is about how my son loves my mom, and the fun they have doing it.

This month's Letters to Our children focuses on the way you love my mom and a game of monopoly.

This month's letters to our children's post focuses on a game of monopoly

his month's letters to our children's post focuses on a game of monopoly

his month's letters to our children's post focuses on a game of monopoly

This month's letters to our children's post focuses on a game of monopoly

his month's letters to our children's post focuses on a game of monopoly

his month's letters to our children's post focuses on a game of monopoly

his month's letters to our children's post focuses on a game of monopoly

his month's letters to our children's post focuses on a game of monopoly

his month's letters to our children's post focuses on a game of monopoly

his month's letters to our children's post focuses on a game of monopolyIt is truly amazing.

And I think she had just as much fun as you did.

We were all sad to see her go.

You asked if she would be ok in her home alone.  Because who would she hug every morning? Who would play hide and go seek with her in HER house? Who would make sure she didn’t get lost in the store?

Sigh. You are so sweet when it comes to her.

I understand, because she is my mama too.

I can’t wait to see what the two of you get into next time.

Love you,

Mama

 

Now, follow the circle to Tina’s Blog and read her letter this month!

  • Reply
    Jenni
    April 21, 2016 at 9:00 am

    This is so sweet! Love his facial expressions in these shots. The moments you capture of Pookah and your mom are my faves. You’re so good at what you do.
    I wish my parents were here to have that interaction with RJ. I get to see it with Ralph’s parents, especially his dad, but I always wonder what his relationship would be like with my own parents.

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    Brandi
    April 21, 2016 at 3:02 pm

    Adorable and so sweet! It makes me so happy to see my kids respect and adore they grandmas. I wish mine was around more, too! Sorry to miss the link up this month! I do love participating!

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    kita
    April 22, 2016 at 1:42 am

    Awww love how they love their grandma’s funny thing is I don’t remember my mom ever doing things with me as much as she did with the grands…I use to give my mom side eye all the time.

  • Reply
    Tina
    April 22, 2016 at 11:26 am

    So sweet! I always envy little who have close grandparents because my kids don’t have that. But I plan to be that grandmother for my grand babies.

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