Treasure Island

Claire Ann Pajo Sansolis


My Son has taught me how much God loves me


When I look in Eljay’s eyes with love, it makes me remember how much love God has for me

The way my son gives me joy with his smile makes me know how much I cause a smile in the Father’s face

Or when I would play with my son, I want to make sure we bond
I know right there and then, God desires to bond with me as well

Or when I feed my son whenever he cries or when it is time makes me feel how much God anticipate my needs

Or how much my baby depends on me and my husband makes me feel how much God is dependable in every area of my life

Or when I feel how perfect my son is makes me remember how much God sees me as his perfect daughter simply because I am his own

Submitted: Monday, February 16, 2009
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