being a new mom it really hit home. i know i have a boy but raising a boy into a man i think is harder then a raising girl. i want my son to be the guy mom's want for their daughters. i want him to be a man of god, a hardworking, devoted husband and father who provides a good home for his family. there are so many things i want michael and i to teach kane. not only how to change a tire and be financially responsible but how to clean, cook and do laundry. i want him to always be respectful to women and be able to help around the house and not expect things.
and as a daughter- my mom knows michael is a great husband and father. that kane and i are his number 1 priority. he works so hard for us and does everything for us. it feels so good knowing that i found my "great guy" and that he is with me in my journey through life. i love you michael!
a lady i used to work with had twins that recently graduated college and got married. she would mention that no matter what what they were going through- leaving for college, moving out on their own, getting married... she never got sad (in front of them anyways). she wouldn't cry. she thought it was a selfish thing and she wanted that moment to be their moment. their moment they had worked so hard far. she was excited for them to live out their dream. i love that! who knows if i can do the same but i like the basis behind it. the moments aren't about you. i feel like i learned so much about parenting and the type of mother i want to be from her.
anyways... here's what you've been waiting for... so good!!!!