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Princesses and Queens

For Moms blessed with princesses! We see ourselves in their eyes...and sometimes, that's a scary thing! :-)

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A Poem to Our Daughters

Your little hands, your tiny feet, I still remember when.
You started as a part of me; I was much younger then.
The sleepless nights I still recall, you needed to be fed.
As tired and weary as I was, I staggered from my bed.

And when you gazed into my eyes, a smile with me you shared,
It touched my heart deep in my soul; no sacrifice was spared.
The years passed by, you grew and grew; a reason for my being.
Your clever wit and loving ways were all that I was seeing.

A mother’s love that binds her child is hard to understand,
For those that never walk that road, or never play that hand.
As for me I know for sure without the slightest doubt.
I’d never change a single thing; you're what my life’s about.

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Comment by Jenn on May 12, 2008 at 4:51pm
I have two princesses...16 and 8, and boy do I know it!
Comment by ESTELA SAGREDO on May 6, 2008 at 9:20am
My Mom always reminds me that she's finally getting her 'payback' when she sees me with my girls. She says this with a devilish smile on her face, so I can only imagine the "fun times" ahead.
Comment by Janel on May 5, 2008 at 9:28pm
I have one princess. I have to remind her I am the Queen!

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Comment by Jen on May 5, 2008 at 7:04pm
I have 2 princesses. 9.5 and 2 years old. They both think they're the queen though.

I see so much of me in my oldest's emotions. Scary is right!
 

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