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I am the mother of four extraordinary children. My Spelie has a truly sweet heart and is able to find a good quality in every person she meets. My son, my son, my Golden One, is a creative genius who finds a way to build almost everything he dreams. My Twin Z is a loving protector who wants to save the world, starting with her twin. My Twin C has a creative mind and she makes up new songs that she sings every day. My children are incredible, fantastic, and sensational. I am constantly amazed by how truly wonderful they are.
Paul Simon “Loves Me Like a Rock”
I know I am a mother. In a way, that means I am genetically wired to think my children are special. Unlike other mothers who think their children are special, I actually have wonderful, extraordinary spectacular, and sensational children. Sometimes with all the chores, diaper changing, homework and nose wiping we stop thinking about how special, individual and spectacular our children are. This is a mistake. As our children get older and more difficult it is more important for us to identify wonderful things about our children and to celebrate them. Moving from adolescence to adulthood they often become more difficult to handle. At these times, they frustrate their parents more than can be imagined at times. These times require extra love, compliments, and patience on the part of parents. When we celebrate the wonderful in our children, even at these times, we give them strength, security, and love that they desperately need.
Today is a sensational day to celebrate your sensational children. So, the question for you this sensational day is, what is something sensational about your children?