A Letter To My Boyfriend's Mom
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A Letter To My Boyfriend's Mom

Thanks to the lady who rasied a wonderful man.

A Letter To My Boyfriend's Mom
Gabrielle Alexander

I am so thankful that I have been blessed to meet you. I do not think I have ever met a mother like you, besides my own. You have not only birthed an amazing guy, but you gave raised him to be a great man. As my boyfriend’s mom, I remembered how terrified I was of meeting you. I prayed you would like me and accept me. I quickly realized you would exceed every expectation, from the moment you and your best friend picked us up after his car broke down. From then on, I have spent many days with you and your son. I would ask him how you were every day and when I finally got you cell number, I had to remember not to text you all the time. I didn’t want to scare you. I enjoyed our many talks and laughs and knew that I could have a friendship with you. There is not enough time in the world to tell you how appreciative I am but I want to scratch the surface.

1. First, thank you for your son. He really is amazing. He has been my best friend since the day I met him and I am blessed our relationship grew into what it is now. You have done an amazing job raising a kind, patient, respectable young man. I cannot thank you enough for him.

2. Thank you for welcoming me in your home. No matter what, you have always welcomed me in with open arms. From family events to dinner and movie nights in the house, you always were sure to include me.

3. Thanks you for listening. There has been more times than I could count that you listened to me vent. Thank you for listening and offering advice when you could.

4. Thanks for dealing with me and Justin. I know we have a tendency to play fight in your living room or make horrible jokes at random times, so thanks for putting up with that. It means a lot that you accept us.

5. Thanks for letting me in your life. You have not only let me be part of your son’s life but yours too. You have told me so many different aspects of your life. We have talked about guys , friends, and even family problems.

6. Thank you for being strong. Since we met, I have saw life throw many obstacles at you. I have also had many talks with you, listening to others things you have went though.Thank you for pushing through all the obstacles. It has made you an amazing role model and amazing person.

Again, I can only scratch the surface of how thankful I am for you.You have become my mom away from home. I can talk to you about anything and I always find comfort in your home. I thank God every day that I have been blessed to meet you. I cannot say anything else but I love you.

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