A Letter to My Daughter on Her Birthday

To my daughter

Happy Birthday! I know I am a little early but a special person always should be spoiled on their special day.

I can remember the day you were born like it was yesterday. The years have flown by so quickly: your first words, first steps and first day of school. Each year has always been special.

You have always had a smile on your face and kindness in your heart. I can remember you always going to pick me flowers and bringing them into the house because you knew I liked them.

Then there was your agility and talent in sports. You played a wicked softball game and loved the game of basketball. You were always a team player giving the best you and exemplifying the winning spirit.

You always had a love of knowledge and wanted to explore. Math was more your forte than reading but you also had an imagination and a dream.

We have had our moments but have always worked through them. I want to tell you I am so proud of the woman you have become. Now you are a beautiful woman and exemplify all the above characteristics. Your kindness, caring and compassion are seen daily. You passion for knowledge and exploration are evident on a daily basis. I enjoy the time we spend together. Most of all I am proud to have you as my daughter and my friend. 

Happy Birthday My Precious Daughter and I look forward to all our adventures in the coming year.



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9 Responses to A Letter to My Daughter on Her Birthday

  1. Carla says:

    What a sweet letter to your daughter! Happy bierthday!

  2. That is a beautiful, heartfelt letter. The love you feel for your beautiful daughter shines through your words. I am sure your daughter knows how precious she is to you. Great Post. Thanks for sharing.

  3. A precious letter for a special daughter. I hope her birthday was perfect. Thank you so much for sharing this in the GRAND Social!

  4. Grandma Kc says:

    What a beautiful letter and picture! Isn’t it wonderful when you get past all the heart aches of the teenage years and you become friends as well as mother/daughter?! She must have loved this letter. Just stopping by from the GRAND Social. Hope you get a chance to do the same!

  5. Oh, I loved reading this. What a lovely tribute to your sweet daughter on her birthday. I love the picture of the two of you. I have 2 daughters, so I know how special having a daughter can be!

    Love, Joy

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