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    51 posts, 31 voices, 1463 views, started Feb 20, 2008

    Posted on Wednesday, February 20, 2008 by Lorna Peden Waterman

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    • Amethyst
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      I have four sons (6, 8, 10, and 14) and they are as different from one another as strangers can be. I have, in descending order, a daydreamer, a sensitive lover, a rock n roll comedian, and an adorable mischief maker. Some days I don’t know how I will survive this with my sanity intact, and other days I am filled with sadness because they are all out of babyhood and one is nearly an adult. It went so fast and I didn’t appreciate it.



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          Camashkai3 wrote Feb 27, 2008
        • I have an 8, 6, and 3 year old.  A complete gentlemen, a complete goofball and a complete boss of the house!  That would be my son who’s 8 as the gentleman.  Always on his toes with the yes ma‘ams and thank yous.  My daughter, the six year old, who took after her mama and became the klutzy goofball.  She is soooo adorable!  And has a laugh just like goofy’s!  Then there’s the boss, little Miss Katiebelle.  She plans out our day every morning in bed.  Today, while we were waking up she puts her hands on my cheeks and says... Mama, look at meeee.  Then goes on, “Today, we gotta get up and then eat breakfast, I want to watch Dora, open up presents and go see my Nana (who’s three hours away).  So Mama, you have to go get presents.”  I too find myself not slowing down and appreciating this precious time where I am the woman in their life.  I’m starting to treasure every unbegged for kiss my son gives me realizing that soon, I will have to beg.  I find myself staring at my daughters’ profiles when they talk just watching their little faces and listening to these voices that are sure to mature at any moment and be completely different.  Sigh...



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          Yana Berlin wrote Mar 5, 2008
        • Well I have 21, 20, 19, & 15.1/2 They are all great, smart, enthusiastic kids, there is so many hormones in my house that I don’t know what to do with.

          I did assure them and their friends that my hormones are stronger, so I win ever time. :)



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          Goebelmom wrote Mar 20, 2008
        • I have four children 10, 8, 6, 4.  My boys age 8 and 6 have nothing in common.  Does anyone have any ideas for activites that can encouragea  relationship between them?



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          Yana Berlin wrote Mar 20, 2008
        • Did you read my blog on Sibling Bonds 

          I think the most important aspect of sibling relationship is for the children to understand that there is NO ONE that is more closer to them than their own brothers and sisters. As they get older they begin finding things in common, but if they don’t that’s okay, they don’t have to play together, as long as they are nice to each other. After all we as adults don’t want to spend our free time with people that we don’t have much in common. 8 yr old boy has no interest in playing with a six year old, that’s normal, however, the six year old yearning to play with his big brother. They will outgrow it, just keep telling them that family and especially their siblings are the most important thing in their life.

          All the best,
          Yana



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          Dana Arcuri wrote Apr 29, 2008
        • My husband and I have three kids.  Our son is going to be celebrating his “17th” birthday on May 27th.  It seems like only yesterday when I was living in Las Vegas, NV, in labor and gave birth on Memorial Day.  Thank goodness that my dear mother flew out to Las Vegas to give me a helping hand with my new bundle of joy!  Six months later, my husband and I decided to relocate back to our hometown of Pittsburgh, PA where we first met as high school sweethearts.  Eventually, we had our first precious daughter who is now turning “13” years old in June.  My husband and I thought that possibly we were done having kids, since we had one boy and one girl, but on the day of a scheduled vasectomy, I canceled the appointment!  No joke, I just could not have my husband go through with it, until we were 100% positive that we did not want anymore children.  A few years passed and I was experiencing serious female health issues in which I had a sonogram.  During the sonogram, the technician told me that she did not see any endometriosis, but she could see that I would be ovulating very soon.  I went home and said, “Let’s get pregnant!”  Fortunately, it worked on the first try and nine months later, my youngest daughter arrived!  She has been running ever since!  On May 14th, she will be celebrating her “10th” birthday.  My husband and I don’t regret for one minute that we chose to have one more child.
          Our lives are very busy, very loud, very chaotic, but hey, isn’t that the life of most families?!  All our kids are a gift from God and we are so thankful for these awesome gifts!



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          Stephanie wrote Apr 29, 2008
        • Growing up my home was also very chaotic and i loved it. My brothers, sisters and I would always be running around the house with our friends. Everyday was a play day. We were lucky to have so many people around. Sometimes it was a bit too much to handle, but as a child I think thats how I liked it.



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          Yana Berlin wrote Apr 29, 2008
        • Many kids and a chaotic home is what I love, when all kids are out and the house is quite I feel like something is wrong.



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          Dana Arcuri wrote Apr 29, 2008
        • I grew up with five older sisters, my divorced mother and only ONE bathroom!  As the youngest of five girls, I learned to get up early if I wanted hot showers!  Our home was always full of people since all of my sisters and I always had girlfriends sleeping over night or my mom had her friends visiting.  My mom was a “cool” mom in our neighborhood and everyone liked my mom.  With all of us girls, my mom used to say that she did not need a dish washer since she had us!  Every Sunday, my mom would spend the day cooking up something really delicious.  My mom would invite her girlfriends & kids over to eat with us.  During dinner, all of us would laugh and joke around just to have some fun.  I can honestly say, there was NEVER a dull moment in our house when I was growing up!



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          Jane Woods wrote Apr 30, 2008
        • I have two kids, both fully grown now. My daughter is 26, a beautiful and strong woman who has recently set up home of her own in Scotland, about 450 miles away so thank goodness for Skype.
          My son is an actor and home at the moment, handsome like his dad and 6ft 4 so stands out in a crowd. He is putting on a production in Bath so here for a while and then he will go to London and we’ll be empty nesters!
          I do agree with Yana about it feeling strange when they are all out of the house. When they are home I feel like all is well in the world, a deep sigh of contentment. Jane
          www.changingpeople.co.uk



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          Loretta wrote Apr 30, 2008
        • I have one daughter who just turned 7. I grew up with many siblings though so there is rarely a dull moment around here.
          We have the pool so during the summer our house is popular. A few of my sisters are teachers so their summer days are free and they come and bring their kids.
          I work from home so I am always around to entertain.



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          Dana Arcuri wrote Apr 30, 2008
        • Loretta, that sounds like so much fun!  (Let me grab my swim suit and I am on my way over!) LOL!

          What type of work do you do from your home? How do you balance both family, home and work?



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          Lorilyn wrote Sep 1, 2008
        • I have three kids, ages 20,15,and 3. My first ‘baby’ will be going to Air Force Guard boot camp next month.she’s sure it’s what she wants to do. My second is a sophomore this year and she is an aspiring actress(more like drama queen.lol)and the youngest is our bonus baby,the only boy,who knocked the second child off the roost as he tries telling us all what we should and shouldn’t be doing.
          They usually get along,though,the 3 and 15 yr old are too much alike and controlling to want to give in to the other.
          life is interesting and ,mostly good :)



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          Mom4boys wrote Sep 1, 2008
        • I am a mother of all Boys 21,14,9,4 and the lil will start K in a couple of days I am happy .I am working and sellling Avon I have been with hubby 16 years the time flys.



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          Sandra Chaplin wrote Sep 7, 2008
        • I'm a mother of four children, my oldest is my daughter and she's 32 years old, and three handsome sons oldest is 30 yrs. old, second is 28 yrs. old, and the youngest is 23 yrs. old.
          what they are to me is something that I've accomplish in my life, and no matter what they maybe or who they maybe I love them with all my heart and soul good or bad.



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          Cheryl Phillips wrote Sep 7, 2008
        • I have five. Lauren, almost 24, independent and beautiful...newly married to an awesome guy! She finishing her BS in Nursing and then off to grad school. They just bought their first home.  Ashley, 22, just finished school and is working in phlebotomy and hopes to move into ultrasound. She is a really loving young lady and has always stood by my side through the past 7 years post divorce.  Zach, almost 13, is a skateboard maniac, hates math, loves to write and has hair that’s a little too long for my liking. He is a real indvidual. :) Maxx is 10, a lover of animals big and small. Aspires to bea  vet and take in homeless animals. He’s got such a big heart...  Mya is 8 at the end of this month and is just a little spark. She’s a budding artist and a book fanatic. She’s got a little of my personality...direct and to the point yet really good to others. ;)
          I’m fortunate. It’s hard work being a single Mom with all these personalities....but I love it!



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          Leeann wrote Sep 7, 2008
        • I have Four. They are all really wonderful. They help me alot . There are a lot of laughs in our home.



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          Lisa Fleming wrote Sep 11, 2008
        • I have 4 children, 23, 18, 7,&5 After having my second child I thought i was done but God had a different plan in mind. When my second child was 10 we moved to a much nicer place with more room, lol, and started to realize the importance of God and his role in our family and we decided that we wanted to put a couple more people in the world who loved God and would show His love to others. Its hard having two sets of kids in two different stages of life but its also fun and rewarding and I’m loving every minute of it.



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          Robinesque wrote Sep 11, 2008
        • My second son, Omar, left home today and  I completely fell apart in front of him.  Apparently, (and previously denied by me) he is my favorite.  (Horrors!  How could I say that?)  Anyway, he is the only one that I feel a “pang” for whenever he goes away.  But this time, it’s for good.



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          Lisa Fleming wrote Sep 11, 2008
        • aww... is he your last child. Don’t worry though, they always come home.



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          Robinesque wrote Sep 11, 2008
        • No, lisa, he’s #2 boy out of 6.  Do you believe I told myself, “you have four others still at home?”  Yes, but Omar left.



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          Lisa Fleming wrote Sep 11, 2008
        • It’s okay, my oldest is 23 and still at home. I’ve been telling her alot lately that she’s not aloud to leave. I think I will be devasted when she leaves.



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          Robinesque wrote Sep 11, 2008
        • You will definitely be that.



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          Lisa Fleming wrote Sep 12, 2008
        • yeah, there are times when my oldest and I clash on things and I know it would be good for her to be on her own but it still makes me sad to think about it



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          Robinesque wrote Sep 12, 2008
        • That’s just it!  Omar and I didn’t clash.  But Sharif and I do.  He’s the oldest, married, 1 son, and honestly, don’t know where it comes from!  We’ve kind of always been like that, I guess.  Not “clash” per se, but, he just takes things a little less serious than I.



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          Lisa Fleming wrote Sep 12, 2008
        • its funny how each child is so different. My son is alot more layed back than my daughter. I don’t know that I’ll miss him so much when he moves out as much as worry about him. He’s very immature. Then again... maybe he’ll never leave. Ha Ha



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          Robinesque wrote Sep 12, 2008
        • Pinkykay, I always thought I’d be dancing in the streets when they all finally leave.  This “leaving” thing looks like it’s going to be hard!



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          Lorilyn wrote Sep 12, 2008
        • My oldest daughter is 20,she leaves for boot camp next month.I know she’ll be missed,but she’s already gone so much it won’t be so strange. My younger D is turning 15 and I often wish it were her going.but,in truth,it’s the clashing we have that I know will be missed when she does leave. as much as it’s so frustrating to argue or to hear her whine about everything, I think l’ll miss her most. My son is 3 and it’ll be a looong time before he’s gone, but he also has the strong willed personality. that will be the time we’ll all feel the house deflate. maybe by then we’ll have grandkids?lol.(or not lol)



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          Butterscotch wrote Sep 13, 2008
        • I have 6 kids that bring me the greatest joy and the greatest pain in the world LOL.  their ages are 22, 21, 20, 17, 13, and 9.  Five boys and the youngest is a girl.  We are an extremely close family.  People are usually surprised but we get together every Sunday for breakfast and Dinner.  The adult children bring their children, girlfriends/fiancee’s and friends.  I marvel at how they managed to turn out so well considering the crazy parents they have (all in jest of course).  They are all so unique and different but their similarities are also clearly visible.  They all seem to submit to the same value system and encourage each other with acceptance even after committing greivous faults against each other.  I am soooooo blessed!  My heart is overwhelmed every time I see them all together and loving each other.



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          Desi~lu wrote Oct 7, 2008
        • I am a mother of multiple blessings. Eight to be exact. Blessings they are. All so unique and different.  My children range from 24 down to 4.  I have six sons, two daughters, one step-son, two daughter-in-laws, one step-daughter-in-law and two grand daughters.

          Brandon 24 married to Ruthie 24 with grand daughters Emily 3 and Olivia 11 months old  Brandon is serving in the US Army and stationed in New York.  Leaving for Iraq in January.  Second tour to Iraq.

          Brandon Lee (step-son) 22 just got married September 20th to Keri 20  Brandon is serving in the US Army and is stationed in Georgia.

          Devin 21 just got married on June 28th to Cassie 19 Devin is serving in the US Army and is stationed in Hawaii. He leaves next week for his second tour in Iraq.
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          Bryson ~ 19  Just graduated High School this past May.  Great kid and helps me out alot.  He doesn’t live at home anymore, but visits frequently.

          Lashea ~ 17 is a senior this year.  She lives with her dad, but visits frequently just like her brother.  Great girl that is finally getting her direction back, Praise God!

          Drake ~ 9 Second family began with Drake. Eight years and four days exactly after his older sister.  He is a wonderful kid and I call him my life savor.  A long story so won’t go into detail here, but maybe one day will share with others.  He is in the third grade and loving it.  Very social child, always in trouble for talking. LOL  

          Dante’ ~ 8 Has Autism, sweetest boy I have ever known.     Proud to be the mom to this awesome little boy.  I Feel very blessed that God entrusted me in raising such a special child.  Dante’ is in the second grade.  He is so totally different then Drake in that he doesn’t talk at all.  You have to listen close to hear what Dante’ has to say.

          Kalyssa ~ 5 is in kindergarden.  I call her my high maintenance child along with Drake.  She is too cute for her own good. LOL  She along with Drake is always in trouble for never shutting up.  She talks all the time.  She has the blondiest, curliest hair.  All natural.  I have been asked since she was around 18 months if her curls were natural.  Still today people ask me if her curls are all natural.  Check out my pictures, you will see.  She loves books and can’t seem to ever get enough reading in.  She has wore glasses since she was 2.  I was just told last month by the eye Dr. that she will always have to wear glasses.  She is pretty blind.  Poor thing.  Why is it the ones who love reading, are the ones who have to wear glasses their whole life?

          Baiza ~ 4 Has Nail patella syndrome and a heart murmur.  This boy has much to talk about and never shuts up. LOL  Keeps are house always exciting.  Baiza always has a smile and is one of the happiest kids I have ever had.  Must be all the older siblings and love that make him such a happy little boy.  Alls I know is it’s a joy to see his smiling face in the morning.  When he was a baby he would bounce to any music that was playing.  He still loves music and I can still catch him bouncing in the car seat as we go driving down the road.  How fun is that?

          Interesting facts:  Brandon and Dante’ were born on the exact same day, 16 years apart, they both have a double crown, only two of mine with double crowns.  Baiza has a birthday the day after Brandon and Dante‘. August 24th and August 25th.

          Lashea and Drake have birhtdays four days apart. July 18th and 22nd. Out of eight children, the five are born in July and August.  Now how interesting is that?



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          Desi~lu wrote Oct 7, 2008
        • I am a mother of multiple blessings. Eight to be exact. Blessings they are. All so unique and different.  My children range from 24 down to 4.  I have six sons, two daughters, one step-son, two daughter-in-laws, one step-daughter-in-law and two grand daughters.

          Brandon 24 married to Ruthie 24 with grand daughters Emily 3 and Olivia 11 months old  Brandon is serving in the US Army and stationed in New York.  Leaving for Iraq in January.  Second tour to Iraq.

          Brandon Lee (step-son) 22 just got married September 20th to Keri 20  Brandon is serving in the US Army and is stationed in Georgia.

          Devin 21 just got married on June 28th to Cassie 19 Devin is serving in the US Army and is stationed in Hawaii. He leaves next week for his second tour in Iraq.
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          Bryson ~ 19  Just graduated High School this past May.  Great kid and helps me out alot.  He doesn’t live at home anymore, but visits frequently.

          Lashea ~ 17 is a senior this year.  She lives with her dad, but visits frequently just like her brother.  Great girl that is finally getting her direction back, Praise God!

          Drake ~ 9 Second family began with Drake. Eight years and four days exactly after his older sister.  He is a wonderful kid and I call him my life savor.  A long story so won’t go into detail here, but maybe one day will share with others.  He is in the third grade and loving it.  Very social child, always in trouble for talking. LOL  

          Dante’ ~ 8 Has Autism, sweetest boy I have ever known.     Proud to be the mom to this awesome little boy.  I Feel very blessed that God entrusted me in raising such a special child.  Dante’ is in the second grade.  He is so totally different then Drake in that he doesn’t talk at all.  You have to listen close to hear what Dante’ has to say.

          Kalyssa ~ 5 is in kindergarden.  I call her my high maintenance child along with Drake.  She is too cute for her own good. LOL  She along with Drake is always in trouble for never shutting up.  She talks all the time.  She has the blondiest, curliest hair.  All natural.  I have been asked since she was around 18 months if her curls were natural.  Still today people ask me if her curls are all natural.  Check out my pictures, you will see.  She loves books and can’t seem to ever get enough reading in.  She has wore glasses since she was 2.  I was just told last month by the eye Dr. that she will always have to wear glasses.  She is pretty blind.  Poor thing.  Why is it the ones who love reading, are the ones who have to wear glasses their whole life?

          Baiza ~ 4 Has Nail patella syndrome and a heart murmur.  This boy has much to talk about and never shuts up. LOL  Keeps are house always exciting.  Baiza always has a smile and is one of the happiest kids I have ever had.  Must be all the older siblings and love that make him such a happy little boy.  Alls I know is it’s a joy to see his smiling face in the morning.  When he was a baby he would bounce to any music that was playing.  He still loves music and I can still catch him bouncing in the car seat as we go driving down the road.  How fun is that?

          Interesting facts:  Brandon and Dante’ were born on the exact same day, 16 years apart, they both have a double crown, only two of mine with double crowns.  Baiza has a birthday the day after Brandon and Dante‘.  August 24th and August 25th.

          Lashea and Drake have birhtdays four days apart. July 18th and 22nd.  Out of eight children, the five are born in July and August.  Now how interesting is that?



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          Cat Valentine wrote Oct 12, 2008
        • I gave birth to my son, Jerren Coe Valentine, in our living room...by choice!! I was assisted by two midwives, and I never saw a doctor once throughout my pregnancy. Last year I took Jerren to the house he was born in and explained to the lady who lived there now why we were there. We had her take our pic in the same spot as those first minutes of his life. He is 19 now, going to college and working as the manager of a theatre.



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          Sunkist wrote Oct 12, 2008
        • I have two sons....my 18 year old is a freshman at Florida State University, majoring in Engineering and is also a saxophone player in one of the jazz bands there.  My younger son is 16, a junior in high school and plays the snare drum in the drumline of the marching band.  

          I am so proud of both of my children, they are intelligent, gentlemen, respectful and headed in the right direction...



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          Ordinarywmn wrote Nov 6, 2008
        • Hey all!
          I am mom to a blended family of 7 boys, ages 29,27,26,22,20,16 and two girls ages 24, and 19.

          We have been a family for almost 15 years now and have loved every minute of it!! Well almost every minute of it.
          I wrote a book about our life and have shared it piece by piece on my blog.

          www.ordinarywmn.com.

          Even though the older ones are on their own, one married with a newborn and the rest in college, and the youngest one at home on high school! We still are very close and spent as many holidays together as we can!

          Really love this group!!
          Nice meeting you all!!



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          Lizanne Tanaro wrote Nov 10, 2008
        • I have four children, three which are boys and one girl. My oldest is Carson 16, Joseph 14, Gabrielle aka Gabby who is 13 and Vincent 5. Three teenagers is a roller coaster ride. Carson is my intellectual with views on everything from politics to music. Joseph is my athlete. Joseph’s dream is to play football at Notre Dame. He is very focused and driven. Gabby is my princess and a little quirky but no cares in the world. Vincent is his fathers “mini me” quick witted and loved by all ages.  

          Very proud of all 4 of my children. Give me a hard way to go at times but I am really enjoying every minute of being their mother.



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          Tuesday Rubsam wrote Nov 17, 2008
        • I have five (including my niece).. Ages range from 23 years old to 6 years old.. apparently I was not sober at the time the six year old was conceived!

          So I have three girls (23 years, 13 years and 7 years) and two boys ( 9 years and 6 years).. I also have a a two and half year old grandson that is the CUTEST and SMARTEST of all children on earth!  LOL... He really is!  He is half Armenian, and he can speak it and understands it.. Too cute Im telling ya!

          My kids are freaks and that is what makes them fun!  When Im not mad at them...



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          (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Nov 17, 2008
        • I have one, he is 17 and if he can just get out of bed, go to school and graduate, I will be very glad!



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          Cindy Stewart Penkoff wrote Nov 17, 2008
        • I have 0ne 10 year old son but he sounds like all 4 of theboymaker’s all rolled up into one.  Maybe it is because he is an only child he feels the need to fill all those roles.

          He is exhausting and amazing at the same time.  He truly does not get the fact that he is a child though and not an equal in the house.  This point is becoming more and more difficult on a daily basis.  

          Because he is the only pregnancy I was able to carry, and then only to 30 weeks, and because he has CP, he has probably gotten away with more from the rest of the family and I feel the need to be tougher to compensate.

          But, given the chance, he will steel your heart away, and has done so on many occassions.



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          Lisa Middlesworth wrote Nov 17, 2008
        • I have two children-Jessica 21 and Trey 16, they are both wonderful kids, but are as different as night and day.
          Jessica finished grooming academy last year and working as a groomer at a local pet store. She moved out on her own 1 year ago. She only lives around the corner, but I miss her terribly. She is very strong minded and independent.

          Trey, hmmmmm.. he is a sophmore in high school. He’s a great kid and has a heart of gold. He has played the cello in orchestra for 4 years now. His goal is to become a veteranarian. We’ll see! He only changes his mind about everything 15 times a day.
          He goes to school and works part time, but that’s about all I can get out of him.



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          Linni wrote Nov 17, 2008
        • i have 3 amaizing chindren!
          Stephanie Ann age 21 ( will be 22 in Dec ) i gave her my moms middle name for her middle name. i call her Stevie.. lol she is in college, and is on the deans list, and when she was in high school,she was on the Varsity womens golf team, all 4 years, was on the National Honor Roll Junior and Senior year. all through high school, she played clarinet, and Senior year, during marching band, she was a flag girl.

          Gerald William - age 14, named after my father who passed away 5 months before he was born. he goes by Billy.. lol my son takes care of momita! lol making sue i have put food in my stomach, if i caugh, asks if im ok, LOVES to be outdoors! winter spring summer and fall!  He has kinda taken over, and tries to be the ” parent ” LOL Billy played the cornet before we moved to PA.

          Maretta Julia- age 10, is named after both of my grandmothers, her great grandmothers..she is as beautiful, and as tomboyish as the day is long! LOL she is my challange! lol she is totally her own person! her hugs are healing to me! She played the flute, and then she came to me as said, momita, i can’t play the flute! and when i asked why, she said because when they come to get us for band, its during math and i am having trouble in math. so, i got her out of band..  

          my children are my life! they are the reason i am living! God has really blessed me by choosing me to be thier momita!

          Billy, me Stevie, and Maretta ( in the front ) july 08



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          Linni wrote Nov 17, 2008
        • he is a handsome young man empower!

          awwww thanks teeky!



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          Linni wrote Nov 17, 2008
        • what a handsome young man chinadoll!



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