To The Parents Who Gave Me The Best Childhood A Girl Could Ask For
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To The Parents Who Gave Me The Best Childhood A Girl Could Ask For

Out of all the parents in the world, I'm so happy that you are mine.

To The Parents Who Gave Me The Best Childhood A Girl Could Ask For
kiersten Heilbron

Thank you for everything.

Thank you for being my parents and always wanting what is best for me.

Thank you for putting up with all of my attitudes, my emotional breakdowns, my “problems," and listening to me complain about my drama.

Thank you for pushing me to do things that will better me and giving me the opportunity to be able to do so many things.

Thank you for being my shoulder to cry on.

Thank you for always being there, thank you for answering the phone (most of the time lol ) when I call.

Thank you for giving me the best childhood a girl could ask for. All of our family vacations, movie nights, Disney Trips, for every adventure we ever went on.

Thank you for giving me the best and always wanting me to have everything I needed.

Thank you for all the endless memories that I will always have. You guys are the best people I know and I'm so glad that you are my parents. Seeing other people's parents it makes me appreciate how lucky I am to have the both of you to call mom and dad.

Thank you for being you, for being my mom and for being my dad. I will always be grateful to the both of you, without you I wouldn't be the person I am today.

Thank you for giving me the tools to live life and to have fun while doing it.

I know that no matter where I am, where you are and no matter what happens that you both will be there for me till the end of time.

I appreciate you both so much, I love you both will all my heart. You guys are my heroes! There isn't a day that goes by that I don't think about you and miss both of you so much, even though you guys aren't that far away. I love every moment I get to spend with both of you. All the things I have accomplished are because of both of you.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart! You both don't know how much you both mean to me! I'm so lucky to have the best parents in the world!

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