Show Thoughtfulness and Respect for a Parent

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Your parents are the ones who changed your fed you, changed your diaper and bathed you. They are also the ones who taught you to walk, to ride a bicycle and most likely how to drive a car. Later you left the nest and became an adult. Your parents are growing older, may have become grandparents, so in return you would like to show how much you care for them. Here are some ideas and suggestions to show how much you love and care for them.

Call them tell them how things are going, tht you love them...ect.

* Call on Mothers' Day

* Call on Fathers' Day

* Call on Sundays

Visit them more often They want to see you. They're your parents and they love you.

Send them gifts on their birthdays, Christmas, Easter, or whenever you want.

Help them out when they get old(er).


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