the “rose” There are moments when parenting a boy can be the sweetest job in the world. EmailFacebookMorePinterestTwitter
wow- the dude has beautiful handwriting!!!!!!
Awwww! That is really, really sweet. Hard not to melt, I imagine 🙂
Mrs. Baker says
Aww that’s so sweet. Boys are great 🙂
Sweet sweet young man!!
and he has such awesome handwriting too!
Be still my heart!!
Paige wright says
Nothing in the world quite like loving your son, these boys can melt a Mama’s heart in just one little moment. He sure is going to make a wonderful husband some day:)
That is so very sweet! I got a homemade valentine from my 17 year old son this year. It just melted my heart so. Nothing quite like the live a boy has for his momma!
oops, meant “love” a boy has for a momma 🙂
Aw, that’s so sweet! and wow, he has excellent handwriting!!
Let me add in my applause for that OUTSTANDING penmanship!!! My husband is a peds occupational therapist and he works on handwriting all the time. It’s a rare thing to see such precise and perfectly spaced handwriting from a boy Dalton’s age!!! BRAVO!!
Bravo on the fact that you are raising a young man who is clearly learning and absorbing the lessons his parents are teaching him. Saying I’m sorry is not easy. Adding in the rose…well he is clearly a ladies man!! 😉
did his passport arrive yet?
Ok, I know I’m supposed to be in awe of the fact that your son wrote you an apology letter AND plucked a rose as a peace offering. But can I just say, I’ve never seen such wonderful, tight handwriting from a kid like that before? I won’t even talk about gender differences, I’m just talking about penmanship. Wow.
It shows me what a beautiful Mama you are Stef.. I love this!!!
What a sweetie! And yes, he will make a great husband some day and will know when to say ” I behaved badly and I am sorry!” (this from a man I know who has a great marriage and says this to his wife.)
Pieni lintu says
So lovely!!! <3
I'm crying here because I had the worst fight with our 6year old today.. 🙁
Precious. Sweet boys. They are in training, aren’t they? And with God’s grace…they will grow into amazing men!
What a sweet tender heart and character! I know you are so proud of him!
Wow! Can you have your son call my son? Lol
Oh my, I am in tears. Seriously, this is so sweet. Amazing boy and AMAZING momma!
Matt Peterson says
This made me cry! I can look at this and see a little of Gods heart for us as his kids. He has so much love and grace for us even when we make mistakes.
Heather Peterson says
oops! That was not Matt that said that! 🙂
That is too sweet.
So sweet and such penmanship!!!!!!!
Wendy Hoff says
What a cute young man. He is adorable. I am hoping you will be able to help me. I am a mother to 3 biological sons and one daughter who we adopted from China. I am also a nurse manager of a large nicu in New York. I am currently in school to complete my masters. For one course, I need to focus on a community and I decided to choose the community of adoption. What I want to know is if parents who adopt have the psychosocial support they need when transitioning a new child into the family. This idea came to me because I did not feel I had the support I felt we needed from our adoption agency. We were lucky in that our daughter adjusted very well. But, what about the others who have difficulty? I am looking for 50 parents who have adopted. I want to ask just a few questions about what agency they used and what support they had. This would only take about 30 minutes of email time for you. If you could help, would you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org? Thank you, Wendy
D-man, don’t know what you did – but dude – nice recover!