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Sunday, June 3, 2012

When my child grows up ...


This question has been asked to thousands of parents...

-Let's see how you respond:

"When my child(ren) grow up, I want them to be ... "

8 comments:

Gabby said...

themselves.

Ann Mullen said...

Safe and full of joy.

Gustavo said...

Happy!!

Anthony K said...

The response by most parents:

Happy!

David Leonhardt said...

Fulfilled!

Ann Mullen said...

Happy is not realistic. I wonder why so many people said that. Could be because they want for their children what they don't have for themselves. I liked the answers about being themselves and being fulfilled.

Cool research, Anthony.

Robin Lynn Brooks said...

...able to pick themselves up if they fall and love full out.

Anonymous said...

Aware of society, to know themselves. Knowing it's human to make mistakes, but that they are to learn from them. Its/(life) not a broken road, when we fall, but a path to something better that we (humans)cant understand at this moment but understand God does all things in his time. That they were prepared to live as individuals, but remember mom and dads always in the corner for support and guidance, most of all, your parents love, support, and believe in you. Life wont always be grand but i pray ive been able to teach you how to embrace the hard, pain and rain as much as the good, easy, and blessed. Most of all once again, i love you and im always gona be here for you. (D-2- Hayden)Life isn't about how WE make it, it's about how we let the Lord guide it.