He Said…

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When I asked our son (9), on a ten scale, how much he thought I loved him, his answer blew me away.

Of course, what adult wouldn’t want a 9, 10 or even an 11?

What do you think you’d get?

You know what I got?

Fifty.

Humbled.

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites.

13 comments

  1. You’re a lucky man and he obviously thinks he’s a lucky boy, and I think he’s right.

  2. David, what does WGD actually mean?

    Bruce, thank you for your comments, and believe it or not, I remember our conversation. While I really thought the net book would be cool to own, so glad I didn’t buy it then. The iPad has satisfied all my needs for a smaller, more portable laptop.

  3. Calvin barks at me & Evie just slaps me for being fresh…I think I’m doing something wrong!

  4. You keep pouring a strong foundation, and find things you can reinforce through repetition. This will help solidify their memories from their younger years.

    Yeah, it’s work, but you know how practice makes a difference.
    being a parent (or aunt, uncle, cousin, etc) is hard work.

    But it’s the best gig in the world as far as I’m concerned.

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