40 days of gratitude day 14

•14 I’m grateful for this.

My children look at him as their protector, confidant and friend.

I have never pressured anyone to take a certain role or to fulfill certain roles yet they way they are with one another (the boys included) is so natural and full of genuine respect and love that I’m often times left thinking:

“this is what true devotion is. It has nothing to do with blood, proximity or names but everything to do with putting someone’s needs above your own and wanting what’s best for someone else, loving them regardless of how difficult life gets.”
The way they look at him is like nothing I’ve ever seen.

Currently posting this while listening to George and Brayden play NHL on Xbox and laughing like imbeciles


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