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I saw this on my MSN feed and I almost wanted to cry because I am a mom of two girls and I recognize the love you (and your husband) have for your daughter by your actions. I hope your daughter does too. It is SO hard to raise them with our values in this culture and I LOVED!! your wording when you said that you wanted them to know that they were loved and valued… that they had great worth. I have also used this word very deliberately with my girls. It’s not about what they deserve, it’s about what they’re worth…. and it’s a lot…. in fact, Jesus thought they were worth his life and that’s the message I want them to hear and the truth I want them to accept. Thank your husband for being a “fool” on behalf of all of us AND being a MAN by being a loving father to your daughter!
Hello La Verne! Thank you for your comment, insight and support. May God bless you and your family. If you haven’t done so already, please fill out the “opt-in” box to keep updated and have the opportunity to share your parenting experiences in raising your two daughters. ~ Becky Mack:)
Big Big ups to Dad. Wish more dads would involve themselves more genuinly in their daughter’s life as he did.Then they would know that they are valued and loved.
Thank you Wayne for taking the time to read Scott’s story and leave a comment. I will pass your words on to my husband. ~Becky Mack:)
Thank you for sharing your story with the world. God bless. My dad had so much love for the family that I understand why he did what he did. Congratulation and many blessings to you and all the family. A big hug from the Island of Puerto Rico.
Hello Mercy from Puerto Rico! I still find it funny this story has reached so far away. Thank you for taking the time to share your thought. You are very fortunate to have had a father that showed you such great love. I would love to stay connected, if you haven’t already done so, please fill out the “opt-in” box. All my best. ~Becky Mack:)
What a wonderful family you have, your love for each other and the LORD is evident here on your blog! Praise GOD for this amazing opportunity for others to hear about your lovely family and the faith that propels you to do crazy things for your children’s sake. Just a really great story!
Hello Becky! Besides having a great name, I appreciate you sharing your thoughts. Thank you for taking the time to read my bog. May God bless you. I would love to stay connected through my about to be launched “Life’s Lessons” if you haven’t already done so, please fill out the opt-in box. All the best. ~Becky Mack:)
I have a few questions for you, Mrs. Macintosh, so I hope you contact me on the e-mail address I provided. I just wanted to know: what do your rules mean when they say “no sleeveless shirts unless we [you] are at the beach or playing sports”?
Does it mean…?
1. …no sleeveless shirts at all?
2. …no sleeveless shirts without something underneath or on top of them?
I hope you received my email reply. If you would like to discuss further, don’t hesitate to keep in touch – my email also has my number if you would like to speak on the phone. Thank you Jalen for being the change in the world.
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