All his childhood kid just thought of getting out of that house anyhow. There he got married, had kids and all the comforts and was very happy with his life away from his mother. She hadn’t seen him since he left and for the first time she was going to meet her grand children. I was so glad to hear that you were gonna come back for reunion.
As she rang the bell and stood by the door her grand children opened the door and after seeing her they laughed at her not knowing who she is. He started screaming at her, “How can you come to my house uninvited and scare my kids. I don’t know if i will be able to get out of bed to see you.
Kid used to hate her mother because she had only one eye. Mother used to work as cook to support the family and his kid studies.
One day mother went to kid school to meet him but kid was so embarrassed. Next day a boy from kids class commented to him, “EEE, your mother have only one eye!!
As your mother i couldn’t stand watching you to grow up having just one eye. So Never Judge them and Respect and Care for them Always.
I Love You Messages for Daughter: Take ideas from this post to write sweet quotes about your mom-daughter or dad-daughter relationship. Regardless of whether your daughter is a cute toddler, bubbly preteen, promising teenager or a mother herself – it is never too late or too early to express your feelings. Reassure her that you’ll always be there, irrespective of the petty quarrels that ensue every day.
Mother’s always our very close and best friend and she is only person in the world who never deceives to their children. If our mother‘s are does everything for us then it’s our responsibility to do everything for her.
They love their kids during the worst (trouble) & best of times.
I’m her mother…my job is to fix things and make everything OK, but I was powerless. At last, after several difficult months, JB’s illness was under control. Her beautiful smile, along with her raucous laughter, once again scattered sunshine around our home. My daughter and I had made it through the dark times and emerged with a tenacious bond between us.
In my journal, on the first day of the year, I never failed to express my gratitude for the good health of my children and husband. The year my daughter became ill I stopped writing in my journal. Then came debilitating stomach pains and serious illness. One of the medicines she was prescribed had cruel side effects and caused her even more anguish. All my focus was on helping my daughter return to being her normal effervescent self. Do I believe in the restorative power of a mother’s love?