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♥ The Girl — 19 Comments

  1. Dropping in from SITS. I love this post! what a lucky girl your future daughter-in-law is to have a m-i-l who actually loves her. (I’m lucky in that way too, and hope to treat my d-i-l the same way in 20 years or so).
    Congratulations on gaining a daughter too. 🙂

  2. 5 sons?! You are my idol! And, one getting married? I am so not ready to think about mine even going on a date. I probably won’t even be invited to the wedding b/c I will be a blubbery, crying, snotty mess. Have fun:) And, thanks for visiting my happy spot!

  3. I’ll have to remember all of this good advice for when my boys start bringing home girls.

    5 boys!! They sound awesome!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

    I’ll be back to get more tips about raising boys. I have two. But sometimes it feels like there are twelve of them!!:)

  4. What a great read and an insightful thought. I wish _______and _______ the best! I only wish I could be there to witness the union, but my thoughts and prayers will be with them as I am in North Dakota for the summer serving as a summer missionary. Best wishes – Katie Lewis

  5. I love your cute little corner of cyberspace over here! 5 sons? Holy Cow! How do you do it my friend? I especially loved this post though because it has so much heart and passion and family value all tied into it. What a nice read. Congrats to you, your son and his new wife! May they have a lifetime of love and happiness!!

  6. Thank you for stopping by my blog!
    I think it’s awesome you have FIVE sons! I have two and I can’t imagine what it would be like to have a little girl…and trust me…I’ve started some potty humor things that I shouldn’t have too! It just comes with the territory! I’m still trying to get my 3 year old to stop saying certain things in public… : )
    Macey

  7. This post is so sweet, and so true. I have 5, but 3 girls and 2 boys. If you can’t handle potty humor your just not going to make it!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

  8. So thankful you stopped by my blog so that I in turn found yours. How fascinating to read a blog written by a mother of five sons. Since I had three daughters imagine what I can learn from you. I will be back.

  9. First off, I absolutely love the picture in your header!!!

    Secondly, I wish my MIL had the same sweetness in her heart that you have. Your future DIL is very lucky to have such an accepting MIL!

    5 boys?? Wow! I could probably learn a lot from you. I have 3 boys and I’m already hearing the potty talk at the dinner table and enduring burping contests. UGH!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  13. Oh thank you for posting this. Good stuff. It is so nice to see that others have similar approaches to dating. I had a similar realization about my son’s girlfriend when they started dating. I don’t know if she is the one but if it ends I want her to remember that we loved her while she was part of the family. A year later I am fairly certain she isn’t the one, she doesn’t seem as in love with the family as my son. Not passing the family endurance test. But I am still loving her while praying my son sees the truth soon.

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