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The sweetest email ever

The past few days I've been creating some Valentines, and in the meantime, my sweet little son just sent me this touching email that he wrote for me, for no particular reason. Talk about an amazing Valentine! It melted my heart. In Christopher's own words, (including a couple of misspellings and incorrect capitalization) here's what he had to say about me. There is one reference to Mrs. Goss, his school teacher, whom neither of us are very fond of.

Reasons Why I Love You

You are smart

You are pretty

You are cute

You are awesome

You are amazing

You are nurturing

You are funny

You are cool

You are loving

You are unbelievable

You are Astounding

You are unspeakable

You are stupendous in ways that cannot be spoken

You are silly

You are nice

You are helpfull

You are LDS

You are my rolemodel

You are a perfect example to me

You can cook a mean grilled cheese

You can deal with Mrs. Goss (dont tell her I said that)

You can do unimaginable things for people

You are the reason i wake up every morning

You are sweet

You are tart (in a good way)

You are......

WONDERFUL!!!!!

Comments

Madison said…
That's adorable! Aww, I miss Christopher. (and all of you guys)
i agree with all of those things. what a great kid you have. christopher is very smart and creative! way to go!
Julie said…
That is so cute!!!!!!! I would have been bawling my head off reading that. He is so mature talking on the phone too! He played his piano song for me last night on the phone. It was from his Bastian Favorites book. It was a monster truck song or something. It was so cute. He's doing great.
Summer Adams said…
That is a very honest and smart kid! Amen to that, Christopher!
Maryanne said…
What a SWEETHEART! His mom has taught him well. He'll be a great husband someday!
Wow, he's a keeper for sure!
Holly said…
That is so sweet! How cute.
Kellie said…
Some days you do get paid for being a mom. Nothing beats a note like that. You really have great kids!!!!!!

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