You are a gift from God.
During the month dedicated to love, these words are not said nearly enough. They are wonderful words to share with a grandchild. We might assume our sentiments are understood, but saying them out loud or putting them into print increase the impact they have on the receiver.
When you present this message to a grandchild, consider how they are a gift to you. Make it personal. Is it true to say a certain grandchild brightened your day, your countenance, your outlook on the day they were born? Perhaps their personality is one that brings a smile to your face whenever you think about times spent together.
“Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from him.” (Psalm 127:3)
What did you first notice about this grandchild that tickled your heart. It could have been the color of their hair or eyes, or simply the sweet fragrance of newborn life. Allow yourself to reminisce. Think about your first moments of interaction and that certain “thing” that let you know without a doubt that your grandchild is a blessing in your life.
Then pull out a pen and put your thoughts on paper. Write whatever comes to mind, knowing you can refine the sentences later. You might begin by saying, “ God blessed me when you were born. I know this because … ”
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