playfully wrestling in the bed
mishaps happen, your eyes see red
brother says, “Nadia, you just kicked me in the neck”
reality sets in and expect a train wreck
however, love prevails,
as the tears well up and set sail
sister buries her face in the pillow with tears
“I am so sorry, brother dear”
but the tears keep rolling down her cheek
when Ayden goes beside her and soothes her deep
“Nadia, it is okay, I love you still
I know it was an accident, don’t cry–I love you always, I always will!”
Happy New Years, How wonderful of a mind you have. God has Gifted you greatly.
Nancy, thank you. I feel God has gifted me with a grandson with a sensitive heart! I am grateful for so much — we are fortunate to live in the heart of God!
That is so sweet! We could all learn a lesson here.
That is really good, and so true to Ayden and Nadia.
I love your poem, it’s so cute and true!!
aww mom thats sweet. did that really happen?
Yes, Annie, this really happened! The Friday night when they stayed over — the last time they stayed.
You are a good mother—see how your children love each other? Good job, Annie!
i love the way that last line is written the whole poem is perfect
You did notice the Quotation Marks—because Ayden said this! What a sweetheart!
What precious grandchildren you have! May they always be blessed!