As a mom, the one thing I want more than anything else is for my children to know that I love them... always... no matter what.
I want Liza and Jason to know that if they have a bad day, I still love them. And if I have a bad day, I still love them.
I love them when they make good choices.
I love them when they make bad choices.
Bottom line... I love them.
Always and forever.
Rewind to Mother's Day and the small gifts I received from them...
The note from Jason...
Then Liza told me she wrote me a song but she was too shy to sing it to me so I had to read it...
Let me translate Liza's in case you can't read her ridiculous spelling and writing...
I know I may be a pain in the butt
But you-ou-ou still love me
Can't write a fancy letter because I don't know my cursive
So I will sing for you and I will sing-sing-sing
This might get annoying but I still love you
I don't know why she wrote that she may be a pain in the butt. I have never ever told her that! But I guess we all know deep down that sometimes we can be a pain in the butt. The good news is that she knows I still love her!
Both my kids know that they are deeply loved.
THAT was the best Mother's Day gift ever. To know that they know.