Be grateful for what you have. Live every day like it's your last, because you never know when it will be your last.
The same goes for your children. You never know when you won't be able to hug and kiss them again.
Love them like they were meant to be loved, and don't take them for granted. Always kiss them goodnight and tell them that you love them. Those days when you wish you could sell them to the gypsies or put them up for auction on eBay (if you are a parent, you've had days like these…don't pretend that you haven't), take a step back and be thankful for what you do have and realized that you are blessed to have your children.
My sister-in-law's brother and his wife lost their youngest child tonight. The same day that he turned 6 months old, he was taken away from them by an aggressive brain tumor that had spread throughout his whole tiny little body. He was taken away before he even had a chance to fight.
They won't be able to kiss him goodnight anymore. But I know they are grateful for the time they had with him, and grateful for family and friends that will help them get through this grief, this loss, sadness.
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