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Sometimes I forget

Sometimes I forget just how precious children are until I look at the youngest of my three, who is now eight months old. Just tonight, she crawled over to me and lifted herself up by my pant legs and said "hi da" as if to say "hi dad".

She is very advanced so far and makes me very proud as I am of my other two children as well. I feel so blessed that God has decided to trust my wife and I to raise and take care of three beautiful children. My purpose in life is very apparent when I look at them.


It's nice to hear a dad be so sonnected with his children. I love my one dearly and have another one on the way - which I am waiting for the moment I can hold this precious baby in my arms. Children are certainly a gift from God - lest we forget :)
Brother Jay,
It is so wonderful that you can reflect on the things your children do in adoration and love. The next time you do that just remember how much more our Father in heaven does that with us even when we do foolish things he still loves us and wants to help and guide us along, as we do our own children. I have four wonderful children of my own that God has blessed me with. What we need to remeber is this is a reflection also of the love He has for us. We are God's little children and He is teaching us and molding us. Praise God. God bless you and your family brother Jay. Love, your sister in Christ, Amber.
Yes!!!!! That's all I can think of to say to your wonderful statements here.
Yes and hallelujah.

I would like to share with all of you, this sweet loving poem, called:
A Child's Prayer

Dear God, are You still awake?
Have You got a minute or two?
You're pretty good at understanding,
And I really need to talk to You.
You see, Mommy came to tuck me in,
Like she does every night.
I was trying to play a trick on her,
Since she can't see without the light.
I was going to close my eyes
And pretend to be a sleep.
But when I heard her crying,
I didn't dare let out a peep.
She started talking to You, God.
Did You hear the things she siad?
Could You hear what she was saying
As she stood beside my bed?
Why would Mommy be so sad?
I wondered just what I had done,
And then I began to remember it all
As she named them one by one...
This morning we worked in the garden,
But, honest, I really didn't know
That if I picked all those little yellow blooms
The tomatoes wouldn't grow!
Charlie and I were trying to be helpers,
'Cause I know that's what Mommy needs,
But I don't think she was to happy with us
When we pulled up carrots instead of weeds.
Mommy said we should stop for the day,
She decided we had helped quite enough.
I sure had worked up an appettite...
I didn't know gardening was so tough!
We had peanut-butter and jelly for lunch
And I shared too much, I guess...
But I didn't realize until I was done
That Charlie had made such a mess.
Mommy said she needed a nap,
She had one of her headaches today.
She told me to keep an eye on my sister
And find something quiet to play.
Well, God, do You remember all those curls
You gave my little sister Jenny?
We played barber shop...very quietly...
And now, well, she dosen't have any.
Boy, was Mommy mad at me...
I had to go sit on my bed.
She said never to cut "peoples hair" again.
I guess I'll practice on Charlie instead.
We sat and watched poor old Albert,
I just new he must be so bored
Going round & round
In the same place all day,
Wouldn't You think so LORD?
I didn't think it would hurt
To let him out for a while.
I mean, mice need exercise, too.
By the way, have You seen Albert lately?
He's been sort of missing since two.
Mommy sent us out side for the rest of the day.
She said we needed fresh air.
But when Daddy came home she told him
She was trying to get something out of her hair.
We thought Mommy needed cheering up,
So we desided to brighten her day.
But, God, did You see the look on her face
When we gave her that pretty bouquet?
We had gotten a little bit dirty,
So Mommy said to get into the tub.
"Use soap this time," she reminded,
And please don't forget to scrub."
Charlie didn't like the water too much,
But I lathered up real good.
I knew Mommy would be so proud of me
For cleaning up like I should.
I went downstairs to the table,
But during dinner it started to rain...
I'd forgotten to turn off the water, it seems,
And I hadn't unplugged the drain!
I desided right then it was just about time
To start getting ready for bed,
When Mommy said, :It's sure been a long day,
"And her face began turning all red.
I lay there listening to Mommy
As she told You about our day.
I thought about all the things I had done
And I wondered what I should say.
I was just about to tell her
That I've been awake all long,
And ask her to please forgive me
For all those things I've done wrong.
When suddenly, I heard her whisper,
"God, forgive me for today...
For not being more understanding
When those problems came my way...
For not handling situations in the way
You wanted me to...for getting angry
And losing my temper,
Things I know You don't want me to do.
And, God, please give me more patience,
Help me make it through another day,
I'll do better tomorrow, I promise...
In Jesus' name I pray."
Wiping her eyes, she kissed me
And knelt here beside my bed.
She stoke my hair for a little while...
"I love you precious," Mommy said.
She left the room without ever knowing
That I'd been awake all the time.
And God, could we make it our little secret?
You know, just Yours & mine?
I'm sorry I was so much trouble today,
I really didn't mean to be...Daddy says
It's tough being a kid sometimes,
But think it's harder on Mommy than me.
Well, goodnight God. Thanks for listening.
It's sure nice knowing You're there.
I feel so much better when I talk to You.
'Cause You always hear my prayer.
And I'll do better tomorrow, I promise...
Just You wait and see!
I'll try not to be so much trouble again,
But, God, Please give more patience to Mommy.
Just in case! Amen.
Warren L. Moore
I just wanted to say thanks for sharing that poem. It had me smiling and about to cry. Your sister in Christ, Amber.
amberbeth04 said:
I just wanted to say thanks for sharing that poem. It had me smiling and about to cry. Your sister in Christ, Amber.

:rose: You are most, welcome Ambor!