We're proud of it! Pin It Did you ever think about what it would really feel like to have a child? To watch them grow and learn the ways of the world. I am often in awe at their wonder, their pure joy in the magic of life.
My Dearest Daughter, I cannot believe that you are old enough to make your confirmation!! The time has flown by for me! When I was growing up, I always wondered what my own daughter would be like. And I was sure that I would have a daughter because I was the oldest daughter, of the oldest daughter, of the oldest daughter!
But after having your four brothers in a row, even I was beginning to have my doubts! But God had you in the plan after all! But as hard as it was having two babies at the same time, I love how close you two have always been, and grateful that you would always have each other to love and count on.
Of course you know you were named for your grandpa Isadore - whom I sure you would have loved very much.
I have always been concerned about teaching you how to be a godly and holy woman. You certainly have tested me! The day you knocked out all of our top front baby day stands out as one of the longest in my life - but you never let that stop you from smiling or being happy. Teaching you to read has been a challenge too!
But you stuck with it and we have persevered - you always do!
Well, maybe not dancing. You have always loved that saint because she did something very simple and ordinary, under extraordinary circumstances and with much bravery.
You absolutely amazed me when you shared that with me. I had never thought of St. Veronica like that before!! Veronica, you have also managed to over come obstacles, like losing your teeth and correcting your speech as well as learning to read - little things - in an extraordinary way.
Thanks also for being such a good big sister. Despite being the baby yourself for six years, you quickly adapted to the role and have been a wonderful sister to Rosie.
I know how much she enjoys your company and looks up to you! Daddy and I love you honey, you still mesmerize us. Amazon Affiliate We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.
I have three such letters saved on this blog: The answer was not much, or at least nothing specific. In general they were happy to have gotten a bag full of letters and there was a sense of feeling loved and supported.
So here are some tips on procuring and writing letters for young confirmation candidates. You have always been such a beautiful, good natured, fun loving and enjoyable baby, little boy and now young man. I am so proud of you and so honored to be your mother. You know Gabe, you have always been a big guy.
When I was pregnant with you the midwife was always amazed at how big you were getting inside of my stomach. And when you came out with much effort! You have stayed ahead of the curve in size for kids your age.
I think it is because God has given you a big heart. You are so full of love and joy you needed a big heart to keep it all in and a big body to hold it all.
You are my gentle giant. I know God has a special plan for you and I look forward to helping you figure out what that might be. Always hang on to the memory of these times, remember all that your father and I… Join my e-mail list and receive a free PDF file on Writing a Letter to Your Confirmation Candidate with prompts and a check list!
Dear Noah, In a few weeks you will be confirmed as a full member of the Catholic Church. I know that you have really worked hard to understand and learn as much about your Catholic faith as you could before receiving this sacrament.
On your retreat there are a few things your Dad and I would like you to remember - You were our fourth son in a row but you have always been a unique little boy.Our doctor did (IMO) a great job of telling us @birth.
Still a shock, to be sure, but his approach was “your daughter has Down syndrome. this could result in some intellectual disability and developmental delays. Dec 22, · Letter to Daughter Who is on a Reflective Retreat Dear Emily, service projects, residential life, and retreats like the one you are on today.
You are taking advantage of so much that life has to offer. Which brings me to another change. The little girl you once were could not have been the thoughtful, contemplative, and. I am profoundly reluctant to write this letter because I know there are those it will wound deeply.
But I have also come to the conviction that I can no longer hide the . Join my e-mail list and receive a free PDF file on Writing a Letter to Your Confirmation Candidate with prompts and a check list!
Dear Noah, In a few weeks you will . A mother of a child with Down syndrome writes a letter to Tom Segura, a comedian, for his defense of the use of the R-word and for replacing it with "the 21st chromosome.". Note: The above "letter" is the author's own interpretation of the story of one of my eldest daughter's good friends, Knol Lopez-Lopez and her mother, Ma.