I don’t believe in objectively seeing anything, really. I think my kids are amazing, as many parents do of their own children. But I know what you’re trying to say. I love that my youngest is not a pushover, he’s a force. I love that my oldest keeps on kissing me and hugging me at night until I stop him. He overflows with kindness and feeling for others.
I love my niece’s lack of materialism and her ability to be satisfied with what she has. She is the kind of girl who “can’t think of anything she needs” when you ask her about a present and I am the exact opposite. I always have a list of things “I need.” :(
She’s a flare off the old rampart mama.
Bright, articulate, funny as hell, insatiably curious, straightforward and direct, artistically gifted, a walking Trivial Pursuit game, all packaged into one really pretty girl!
It pays to breed your own!
Considering I should never have bred with her father it was a lucky roll of the DNA, and the winner takes all! lol
They are kind and caring of other people’s needs and they each have a wonderful, wacky sense of humour. They aren’t materialistic and are very grounded. They each, in their own ways, often touch my heart. While they share these things in common, they are also very much individuals.