*Today’s post is a three-in-one: three first-time guest writers, who happen to be children and siblings, share their gratitude in these inspiring, unedited posts. These kids are amazing, and so are their parents, Jessica Cline-Beaver and Luke Beaver, who I had the privilege of knowing in college. It’s worth your time to check out Jessica’s blog, too.*
I am thankful for you.
I am thankful for my brothers and sisters. If i am scared i always have some one to sleep with. When I am lonely I have someone to play with. The babies make me laugh.
You always take me on trips. When we go you make sure I have the stuff I need. My favorite place to go is Ohio. When I went to get my American Girl doll.
You love me with all your heart. You show me love by celebrating my birthday. I also feel love when you say, “I love you.” I feel love when you tell me it.
You always cheer me on when I ride my bike, dance ballet or have horse lessons.
Thank you family for what you have done.
I am thankful for you because you are my favorite sport. Here is why.
You are fun. I enjoy throwing a ball. I like to hit the ball hard. I run fast around the bases.
You are my favorite way to spend time with my Dad. He teaches me how to play. My Dad and I like to go to ballgames.
You help me make new friends by showing good sportsmanship and spending Time together with my friends.
Thank you baseball for all you give me.
I am thankful for you school for many reasons.
I am thankful for the subject of reading . Wen you are able to read you can learn.And it is fun! Especially wen you can read books by your self!
I am thankful for the subject of spelling. Because it teaches me how to spell. I am thankful for grammar because it teaches me how to write. I enjoy read aloud because it is relaxing and quiet.
I am thankful for you, school, because I am able to learn. Some kids in other countries are too poor to go to school But I am able to learn freely.
I am thankful for my teacher. She is fun. She also happens to be my Mom!
Thank you school for all you have taught me.
thanks for sharing Ashlee, Lucas, and Elizabeth! 🙂 What a wonderful family!
I love it. Children find the most amazingly simple things to be thankful for…Though I try, I wish I was more like them.