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Monday, May 9, 2011

To Momma (An Open Letter from The Critters)


We are not quite sure how exactly we can thank you for everything that you do for us. We have yet to develop any marketable skills to help us earn money to buy you the gift that you so deserve. Some nights we sit in our cribs and talk about how we lucked out in getting the best mommy in the world. Who else would change our diapers, feed us, play with us, change our diapers, teach us, love us, change our diapers, take us to the park, have patience with us, show us all of the wonderful things the world has to offer, and oh yea, change our diapers. We have come to realize that it takes someone who is a very strong person to have patience with us and love us the way you do. You have sacrificed so much to give us the life that you think that we should have. Brother is still unsure how you keep from keeling over after a long day with us.

Daddy has told us on many occasions that we lucked out big time getting you as our mommy, but sometimes you have to see things with your own eyes to believe it. And with out six little eyes we truly have seen that we did indeed luck out in getting you as our mommy. It is nice to know that we have someone who will always be there for us to brush us off after we fall, kiss a boo boo, rescue our lovie from Abbey, or help us with any other challenge that comes our way. We know that we cannot tell you how much we appreciate you on a daily basis so we are taking this chance to tell you. Just remember that while we may not be able to vocalize it, every time that we flash you a smile, give you a hug, sneak a kiss, or want to be held, that is our way of telling you that we know how hard you work and we appreciate everything you do for us and Daddy.

We know that it has been a big adjustment for you with Dad's new job. It was a big adjustment for us too, we missed having Dad around. We must say that you did a great job in keeping things together on the home front and helping us through the transition. Also remember that while Dad may not say it enough he really does appreciate all of the hard work that you do.

We love you the mostest and hope that you had a great Mother's Day! (We tried to be on our best behavior at dinner last night.)


The Critters

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