Monday, September 10, 2007

On Being the Mother Two Little Girls

Author: Unknown
A careful woman I ought to be
a little lady follows me.
I do not dare to go astray
for fear she'll go the self same way.
Not once can I escape her eyes:
Whate'er she sees me do she tries.
Like me she says she's going to be,
that little lady who follows me.
I must remember as I go through summer sun and winter snow.
I'm molding for years to be that little lady who follows me.























3 comments:

Rainey said...

Thanks for the timely reminder!

the Girls' Moma said...

This is a nice little poem and a wonderful message. And those girls are so lucky to have each other! Thanks!

Lisa (the girls' moma)

Dawn said...

What a pretty poem and beautiful pictures of your sweet girls.