Miriam and Julia show us how to hold the cups with your pinkie finger up!
Some of the best Mommy's in the World.
Love these ladies. They make it a joy to go to work every day.
I am honored that they let me into their lives. Even though there is a language barrier, we communicate effectively and they know what I need from them. They know I adore their children and want them to succeed in parenting and in life.
It is an honor and a priviledge to work with "my Mommy's." I hope that they learn as much from me as I learn from them. I am sincere when I say that...they teach me so much. Anyone who knows me knows how much these ladies mean to me. Actually, today when we were playing a game, one of them stood up and told the group how I was the only one who treated her like a "real person" when she came to me with her newborn baby who has a severe brain injury. I scooped her baby up and loved her from the moment I met her...just like I do with all babies...and no one had done that before. Many people did not even make eye contact with her as she had a "special needs" baby and she was very depressed. Let me tell you this...I still love on that baby and she is now 4 years old! We were all crying when Laura (her Mommy) was telling the story. So...why do I tell you this? You never know when YOU will make a difference in someone's life. Before today, I did not know she felt this way or that I had made an impact on her.
It was a great day, a great party, and I am exhausted! Good Night.