Friday, November 13, 2009

I Wonder If These Two Know How Much We Love Them?


Sometimes we fail to let people know how much they mean to us. These two (youngest son and daughter-in-law) do SO much for us. They live close by and that makes them available to do things our other kids can't do because of distance. We are so grateful that they love us and would do anything in the world we need. (Whether that's mowing the yard, or bringing us yummy desserts.)

I don't want to ever take for granted the love they show us.


And besides, I did a post for the other two kids for their anniversaries.

I forgot these two.

So, YES


This is a make-up post.

I wonder if they will forgive me?


8 comments:

Bacardi Mama said...

I'm pretty sure they'll forgive you. Happy Belated Anniversary to them!

Henley on the Horn said...

You KNOW they will!! I love how you love your children!

Jenny Lynn said...

of course i will forgive you for not posting :)

but i probably won't forgive you for posting THAT picture with my SWEET sunburn!

Just a little something from Judy said...

As mothers, we have so many things to remember, and sometimes we just plain do forget. I have no doubt that they were probably thrilled to get this surprise post, honoring them today. Another one of your good looking family.

Kat said...

I bet they DO know. I'm just a little jealous though that you have someone/anyone that lives close enough to do things for you. I sure wish one of my children (and grandchildren) lived closer than 4 hours away! Cute photo.

Have a wonderful weekend sweet friend.

Hugs!
Kat

Elizabeth said...

Awww...how lucky your family is to have you as a mom and mom-in-law!

Connie said...

I'm sure they know they are loved. They are lucky to have you as parents and you to have them be so loving and kind to help you out. The circle of life...love it. Missing my son and his family who moved out of town this year. It was good while they lived so close.

Have a good weekend. Connie

ilovepink said...

Awwww...it is great you are so close with your family! You break that traditional "in law" stereotype; you can see how much you love your "in law" children too! Yeah for you!