Wednesday, June 8, 2011

My heart daughter- Neisha

Neisha and my granddaughter, Kailynn
Allow me to introduce you to a very special young woman. Her name is Neisha and she is my 'heart' daughter. 

What is a heart daughter? Well, my other children came out of my body...I carried them ...they had no choice but to be my children (bless their hearts). I love them with all my heart.

Now Neisha, on the other hand, came into my life via my eldest son. He met her- he fell in love with her and he married her. (There is actually a story behind this- but I'll leave that for another post). Love brought me this daughter of mine. She is a daughter born out of my heart- I love her, admire her and am so proud of her!


Neisha is one of the best wives I know and as far as being a mother- I only wish I had been that organized! Not only does she take care of Sean and Kailynn, she also started a card making company. Designs by Neisha are lovely cards she designs...she crafts custom made cards...Right now she has a special deal for her summer cards. All cards ordered before Monday June 13th get a 20 % discount! 


Sean and Neisha
Neisha is a very special young woman, indeed. I may not have carried Neisha around in my belly- but I sure do carry her around in my heart!

18 comments:

  1. That is the perfect way to describe your daughter in law. She is so lucky. :))

    Checked out her site. Nice. Will bookmark later at home computer.

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  2. Wow! This is a great post! Thanks mom :)

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  3. I also have a precious "heart-daughter." So thankful for the gift our son gave us in bringing her into our lives. Thanks for this beautiful way of telling us about your "daughter-in-love."

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  4. @ A- thanks for helping me fix my comment box thingy!

    @ Sean - you rascal!! :)

    @ Deb - oh I love that "daughter-in-love"- yes another blessing to be thankful for!!

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  5. What a great tribute! I realize that I have a heart-daughter, and a heart-son! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. @ Alexandra- it is great that we can 'add' people to our families :).

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  7. Nice Anjuli. The cards are beautiful. Is each one crafted by your daughter in law? Very impressive.

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  8. @ Ajeya- yes each of the cards are made by her- the nice thing is a person can order cards which she will custom make to their own wishes.

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  9. I love the idea of calling your daughter-in-law your "heart daughter." I had a great relationship with my mother-in-law and I miss her terribly. She died a year ago, much too young at 74.

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  10. :) that is so sweet...you are such a great mother.
    i wish the world has more MILs like you.

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  11. You are fabulous mother.
    Thanks for your comment on my blog

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  12. heart daughter
    beautiful coined termed for daughter in law

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  13. @ Annette- I can imagine how you must miss your MIL- I love my MIL also!

    @ limenlemons- if you keep feeling hungry- you might become a mother too soon :) hee hee!! I know...I see you rolling your eyes at me.

    @ Kiran & Sm - thanks so much for the visit!

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  14. ahhhh......this entry is really touched my heart, and made me think, "oh...I wish...".
    Well, at the end, I should be thankful for whatever God gave me, am I right?
    And.....I just want you to know that I love and respect you and Ps. Ong :).

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  15. @ Belinda- you are too sweet!!! You are an angel- and a real blessing to your family- Todd loves you so much! We all love you.

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  16. So cute :)
    Neisha really has some pretty pretty cards.

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  17. @ Sneha - I love her cards!! I ordered some and am enjoying using them on each occasion I need them.

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  18. See, just one alphabet's difference from my name. :)
    Well, a perfect daughter-in-law to a very wonderful mother-in-law. :)

    Checked her site, the cards are really beautiful.

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