Saturday, May 10, 2008

Being a mother

What a powerful responsibility it is to nurture my girls. To think that what I say and do nudges their futures a certain direction... I hope with all my heart that it is a direction in which they hit their full potential. Be the best you God meant for you to be, Amanda and Abigail!



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Happy Mother's Day to all of you fellow mothers! Your heart's work that you pour out to your family - it is never in vain.

8 comments:

Carol said...

Happy Mothers Day to you Heather!
I hope you spend a wonderful day with your two gorgeous girls.

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Kimberly White said...

Happy Mother's Day Heather! May you be blessed as you lead your girls in the way they should go.

Thanks for being my friend. I so appreciate all your encouragement! Just wanted you to know ... I'm signing up for the next Jessica class - so excited about this! And the layout you liked on my blog is a freebie template from Paislee Press that you can get on Oscraps! Hope you have a wonderful day!
Kim

gina said...

Happy mother's day my dear sister

Donna S. said...

Hope you had a great mothers day...your LO is beautiful and a wonderful reminder that even the little things we do mold our children.

Lori said...

Absolutely georgeous LO! Love it. Hope you had a great mothers day!!!

Thought of you over the weekend - we were up in your direction in Pocatello for a baseball tournament (in the rain/snow on Friday night).

Keep up the inspiring posts :)

Anke said...

Belatedly Happy Mother's Day. It sure sounds like yours was wonderful! I love your presents, they don't come any sweeter than that!

Jackie said...

Oh Heather this is beautiful :) Love what you did with it

Anonymous said...

Hey the Lee's...steve beineke here...Heather, to reassure you, I suggest you rank as one of the most committed and genuine mothers (and person for that matter) that I have ever had the pleasure to meet. Maybe it is mere coincidence in that maybe I have always known lo-grade mothers, but you are truly special. And, of course, so is Ron. This is reflected in Abigail and Amanda.

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