Posted by: colloquiallyspeaking | October 3, 2010

Dear Son,

As I look at you, so beautiful, so new, I am struck by a thousand thoughts colliding together in my heart and mind creating a symphony of love, an orcheshtra full of life, laughter and an overwhelmingly strong urge to give.

I am so blessed to have carried you, birthed you, brought you home, be able to provide for you, be able to love you and to be able to share you with our family.

And you…you are so blessed to be brought into this world surrounded by people who love you and are committed to taking care of you.

 We’re going to have a good life together, you and I.  We’re going to help each other grow.  We’re going to change the world, I know.  Because you make me the best mother in the world.  And with you, I can do anything.

Thank you, my son.  Thank you for making me your mom.

I love you.

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Responses

  1. Mazel tov! That’s wonderful news. I’m happy that you’re both okay.

    This is such a beautiful letter. Your son is lucky to have you as his mother. May you and your husband see loads of nachas from him and your big daughter.

  2. MAZEL TOV! What wonderful news!

    And I agree with SIR. Your kids are lucky to have you as their mom! Lotsa nachas!

  3. thanks much..:)

  4. Mazel Tov

    Ahh that feeling…


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