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    Default My baseball boy

    My son hit a homerun tonight. He is 8. Thank God for the children. They make life great. I have a 20 year old and an 8 year old. I have 3 step children and 2 step grandchildren with one on the way. My step children are in there 20's. Just thought I would share.

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    Kids are great! No matter what hardships I have or may endure, the 4 children in my care are worth the rewards- no doubt about it.

    Congrats to your son!

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    THank GOD for kids is soooo right. My son is 9 (hell be 10 July 9th) and he is "love on legs"....gentle, kind, sweet...OMG..I LOVE HIM!!!
    Thank you for sharing
    Lauri
    For God has not given us a spirit of fear; but of power, love and a sound mind. 2 Timothy 1:7

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    Thank God for knowing how little things, like a home run, can make us smile and bring us joy, in spite of our aches and pains. These are the events that help us to keep things in perspective.

    Keep Smiling :lol:

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    Thanks for sharing that Mamashell, it brought a smile to my face. That's something to be proud of, and in the world of an 8 year old, a "Homer" is a very big deal.

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