A Thank You Letter to Mom and Dad

Dear Mom and Dad,

I just wanted to tell you how much you’ve meant to me as you’ve guided and loved me through my life. From very early on you taught me the importance of family, trust and love. You’ve taught me to value myself and to value others. You have taught me again and again to never give up and to follow my dreams.When I was sick or scared you would stay with me and pray with me. You taught me to laugh and to use my imagination. You shared your stories and always let me make up my own mind. You made every birthday and holiday perfect and special, just by bringing the family together.

I want to thank you for (though it might seem silly) letting me have crazy hairstyles and wear strange clothes. For loving me exactly the way am and telling me you’re proud of me. You have helped me become who I am through all the love and faith you have provided and all the amazing lessons you have taught.

So, no matter what, I just wanted to thank you and let you know that I love you and I thank God for the amazing parents he gave me. You are the best parents in the world.

Love, your Lea

20 comments

  1. Congratulations to you — you have indeed been blessed! I’m so happy for your parents, too, that sincere words of appreciation have come their way. In a world of sorrow you and your family have found an oasis of love & blessing.

  2. That’s beautiful.

    I hope my children feel the same about me when they are older!

    A lot of people (me included at times!) take our parents for granted throughout our life. The fact that you have written this is proof they have done a wonderful job of raising you.

  3. it made me cry simple because i never experienced all that. ohh my parents are alive just incase you wondering

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