i'm an orphan.<br />
thanks for reminding me.
are you up for adoption?
yes . will you take me in ?
gimme your hand.
My mom gave me...well her life besides love. I gave her back the same, and together we learn something new every day; patience, understanding, compromise…anything and everything. :)
My childhood like many others were not pleasant. When I had my own kids, I was determined to be the best mom I possibly could. When my kids were about 6, 4, and 1, one day my mom asked me, How did I become such a good mother.. I told her I didn't want to hurt her, but I did the opposite of everything she did with me. Then she said.... I wish you would've been my mother.
My Mother is Manic Depressive has been all my life.. I have taught her so much in the last few years. I hope that one day she will wake up before it is to late.
I gave them a pain in the ***. But they reciprocate.
They are amazing in all aspect , but okay , i have taught them life is about experimenting things , asking why everytime , searching for who i am , why i am .........not just mere "listening" to parents words to be "good" .
That they dont have to pretend like they are always right,or have all the answers,I know they are not,and life would be much easyer if we would all listen to each others point of veiw before making decisions that will effect us both. I guess it's like showing mutual respect.
That their sacrifices paid off!
Patience and forgiveness...they had to do a lot of that with me...
I taught them to give up
Maybe to trust themselves more.
my parent were never really around. in fact i raised myself for the most part
That what they thought were good parenting skills was just that I was a good kid. Their parenting approach didn't work on my wild/crazy sisters
my mother use to b very closed minded. as a southern baptist.. it happens.. it was how she was raised. but now she except me for who i am. and dosent judge me for who i worship. i am her daughter. her only daughter aswell as her oldest child. i will always b this.