A Poem for Daddy

Well after 10pm on Tuesday night, I came home from teaching Lamaze class to a quiet household.  Kids were asleep.  Andrew who, truthfully could have used the sleep, was still up, pounding away at his computer, finishing off a few items from his eternal work-related To Do list.

As I’m apt to do, upon setting down my computer bag, I visually swept over the household, inventorying the level of cleanliness and what would need to be tended to the next morning.

That’s when I saw it:  the poem our six-year-old daughter wrote for her daddy. ~

                                                         I love you Dad.

                                                         If you could be love.

                                                         Daddy, would you be mine?


Now, if that doesn’t melt your heart…



Filed under From One Mother to Another, Kids, Writing and Publishing

3 responses to “A Poem for Daddy

  1. Yes it DID! I taped it right over my coffee maker so I start my day off right!

  2. That is absolutely precious. My heart is melting and it wasn’t even addressed to me.

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