Respectful Kids

Last night I came home late from work, exhausted and having had a not-so-great day.

I drove up in front of my house and my two stepsons were there playing basketball. They waved and smiled, I waved back.

I got out of my vehicle with my purse and a bag of containers in which I had taken my lunch to work. My youngest stepson said, “Is there anything we can help you carry in, Lynda?”

That made me smile! I am blessed with such a wonderful family!

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6 thoughts on “Respectful Kids

  1. Awww! I love it when the boys at school open doors for me and carry stuff around for me. I know that they have been raised right! It is just sad that so few are being raised that way nowadays. I’m glad yours are!

  2. Would it be possible to put those two young men on a plane and have them teach a class to my young ones? Nah, my young ones are pretty good most of the time, too. But still, I would LOVE for them to ask, “How can I help,” instead of “Aw, I have to help?!?” Maybe it will come with age… 🙂

  3. Believe me, Stephanie, they don’t do that for their mother, only for their stepmother. (I think they like her better!)

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