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April 09, 2009


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Your little man is a poet..I see.
Pure in heart like his sweet mommy!
Waving to you from across the sea
Have a Happy Easter with your family!


So cute! Looking forward my little son (now only one year old) wil write something similar to me :)


Oohhhhhhh, how fabulous Little Man is! That really is a piece of work, ten out of ten! And to read it out in assembly too- I bet you were in bits!
Have a lovely lovely Easter Luce x


This is so sweet! I shall think of you and your little guy every time I look at my vase of daffodils this week.
Happy Easter!


Oh my gosh. Your little man is quite a poet. That was so beautiful and touching. No wonder you are so proud.


What a wonderful poem, may be a future poet laureate! :D


Hi Lucy

what a loveley poem.The little boy is great.

I wish you and your family a Happy Easter
Hugs and Love Regina


how sweet...Just adorable.


Sooooo sweeeet, bless his cotton socks! : )


Truly lovely!


Ohh Lucy how lovely of you to share such a special thing, no wonder youre proud! That pride never goes regardless of the ages of your children, even when theyre all grown up they always say or do something to make your heart swell!!!
L & H
Wend xxxxx


Lovely poem....
Precious son....
Blessed Mum!


What a cleaver little boy you have,he takes after his mum! A precious moment like this will remain forever in your heart.The joys of being a mum!! Happy Easter to you all. Love July x


To be treasured,forever.


That's absolutly priceless....I can't wait til my daughter goes to school and brings back her drawings, poems and such....
I would also be very proud. Kids have this way of making everything so simple and they bring us such happiness!


I'm welling up and he's not even mine. Sweet boy.

jenny b harris

How wonderful!!!

French Knots

Oh Lucy, bet you had a little sniff too! Such a lovely poem and a memory to treasure.


That is one of the cutest things I have ever heard! You have wonderful children. :)

Also, I adore your blog! It inspired me to get back to crochet. I'm working on an afghan again!


I should always remember to have a box of tissues handy when I am reading your posts. Sometimes like today I cry at the sheer beauty and tenderness, othertimes the tears come because I am laughing so much :o)
This is such a lovely post, as is the delightfully pretty one below. Yet again we are so alike, I have a tin filled with little Spring flowers, eggs and decs. only my tin has swans on it (the closet I could get to eastery). I have blossom branches too - our annual tradition, filled with chicks and eggs. I have a seasonal tree going all the time, since my children were little. Even though they have groen and most of them have flown the nest, I sill keep it going. I guess this is because I just love to play.
Hope you and yours have a wonderful Easter xxxxxx


ah, what a star. Great poem, loved the spellings. Definitely one to treasure.


Applause, applause for that beautiful poem!

Is this not by the same creative fellow who made the circus performers via collage?

Mom may also take a bow! xo

Anne Bebbington

Awwww Bless!


What a sweet, sweet (and brilliant) child!!


What a lovely poem that you little man wrote - you are very rightfully allowed to be one proud mama. :)

Have a wonderful Easter with your family!

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