A Motherís Love

A motherís love is something
That no one can explain,
It is made of deep devotion
And of sacrifice and pain.

It is endless and unselfish
And enduring come what may,
For nothing can destroy it
Or take that love away.

It is patient and forgiving
When all others are forsaking,
And it never fails or falters
Even though the heart is breaking.

It believes beyond believing
When the world around condemns,
And it glows with all the beauty
Of the rarest, brightest gems.

It is far beyond defining
It defies all explanation,
And it still remains a secret
Like the mysteries of creation.

A many splendored miracle
Man cannot understand,
And another wondrous evidence
Of Godís tender, guiding hand.

By Helen Steiner Rice

Creating this web site for Kyle has been one of the most heartbreaking and therapeutic things I have ever done. They say no parent should ever have to loose a child and I certainly can relate to that. Looking back over the past though I have been blessed. I have had 3 beautiful, healthy boys that have given me the greatest gift of all- being a mother. I love all my children equally but with Kyle being the baby and knowing he was the last, he held a special place in my heart. I guess I was older and more mature when he was born and could enjoy him more. I have been accused of giving him everything he ever wanted, but Kendall, Cam and Kyle never did without. All children are different with their little personalities and habits and all 3 of my boys had their own. Kyle was probably my best natured and sweetest child. He just had a way about him that made him "shine". He was truly a "mama's boy" and had me wrapped around his little finger. He always knew that I would eventually give in to him or if things were not going his way in any situation I would make them right for him. I have always been very protective of my boys so probably the hardest thing about Kyle's death is that I wasn't there to protect him and no matter how I prayed and tried, I couldn't make it better. I am thankful to God that through all this, he made the decisions for me. He knew that with Kyle's brain injury he would never be able to live a normal life so he made the decision to take him. He needed an angel. Now he knows no pain, only love and happiness as he walks on the shores of heaven. I just hope he knows how much he was truly loved and cared for by all his family and friends. And if I could have and it had been within my power he would be here today.
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