By Michelle Miller
When I became a parent to my daughter “Nicole,” it was very hard for me trying to raise her by myself.
However, I did not give up on my number one child.
I worked very hard to take care of her and it paid off very well.
Nicole is doing wonderfully. She is in the United States Army and has been there for sixteen years.
I am very proud of her.
When I was raising Nicole I taught her everything she had to know.
One of the important things, when she was young, was making sure for her to know how to spell her name, tell her address and emergency number 9-1-1.
I think that every parent should teach their children how to share love.
With love you will always have a good heart and meet people who will share their love with you.
Sometimes I meet people in the world who do not show me love like I show love to them, but that doesn’t stop my love from my heart. It stays in my heart forever.
Caring is something very special to me. I like caring for many people; it makes me feel good to see people with a big smile on their face.
Caring is very important in being a good parent.
When you teach your children how to care, they grow up to become very special, caring people.