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Judy Webb

Good for You!! focusing on "the lovely stuff."


Sweetest post ever! Gratitude abounds!


And that IS lovely stuff. I have a 12 1/2 year old daughter that is just like that so I completely get what you are saying! What a great boy.


And lovely it is. Go Cole! And way to go mama, being so aware of his loveliness.


Awww how sweet. As a mom to boys, I can relate. I hope mine grow to have the good qualities that Cole has. And that they use those qualities that can drive us batty to do good in the world. :-)



Rachelle S

he's such a great kid! : )

Kelli Williams

He's a pretty special kid!


I love this Karen...reminds me of my sweet 17 y/o that passed away 10 years ago next month.....yes, focus on the lovely and never assume there is enough pictures...

Thank you for sharing your son.



I hear you girlfriend.............beautiful pictures and I don't think any boy can tire of playing with Lego....James turns 10 next week (OMG) I can't believe it....double digits seems like he is growing up....he still loves playing with Lego which is great. Regards Kathy A, Brisbane, Australia



(And I just had an epiphany....Cole has hair just like our youngest son and I've never liked how people cut his hair. Then I noticed how Cole has the same type of hair along with the perfect cut for that wavy/straight combo!!! Oy!!! Thanks for pointing that


Thank you for this this morning. After a pretty rough night with my 8 year old that ended with me pretty pissed off and him going to bed without me even telling him good night, I need this reminder. Even though we're in this slump where he is driving me batty every night, he is still such a good (GREAT) kid and I wouldn't trade him for the world. Now I can't wait to get home from work and give him a big ole hug!


momma boy love... great post

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