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I would like to make a card out of this and send it to all the teachers that told me daydreaming would get me nowhere.

How to Really Love a Child - what would you add to this list?

Roots & Wings Quote 8x10 art print Free by shopcocoprints on Etsy. $16.50, via Etsy.

I felt you. You were a pea. Then a lemon. Then an eggplant. I followed advice. I read twelve books. I quit coffee. Could you tell I was scared? I talked to you, sang to you... I wasn't ready. But then you were here. Ten toes. Eight pounds. Love. Big fat love. I held you. I fed you. I realized that I would spend my life doing things to make you happy -- and that that would make me happy. And then there are the times I want to give up. You've made me rethink my sanity....

We rediscover the beauty through our kids. And learn that squeamishness is way overrated - there ain't time. just deal with it, The beauty is more important.

One of the best summarizations of what it is like to become a mother...

You will never have this day with your children again. Today is a gift. Breathe and notice. Study their little faces and feet. Relish the charms of the present. Enjoy today mama, it will be gone before you know it. Quote by Jan Hatmaker, Art by Susie Romans

The Dear Child manifesto is for anyone (teachers, grands, caregivers, parents) welcoming a child into their spaces. I think of it as a love letter to children. They are precious, deserving, and in big need of our welcoming hearts, always. Though I'm far from perfect, this manifesto is a guide for me as I strive to do my best when it comes to caring for one precious three year old.

There is truth to this, but not every child you read to will love to read. I hope to instill my love of books to Kassidy...