Numerous studies show that people who regularly express gratitude for the things and people in their lives are happier, less stressed, and have higher self-esteem. And in studies asking people to write and read a gratitude letter aloud to its recipient, participants reported immediate increases in happiness and decreases in depressive symptoms. ~ happify.com
Okay, so here goes.
My Dear Daughter,
Thank you for bringing true joy into my life.
From the moment you were born, you have been the constant light that shines in our house.
I appreciate how much love, support and effort you always give to everyone in around you.
Your compassion when I am ill keeps me sane, and gives me comfort by showing me how much you care. The sweet sound of your voice melts my heart, I would do anything to hear you call me Mommy. Your little hands holding mine give me strength and determination to be the best that I can be, to give the best that I can give, and to do all that I can do to make this world a better place for you.
You inspire me to be a better person, because you are pure and uncorrupt.
I see the best of humanity in you.
I see the best of me in you.
You are a wonderful reminder everyday that I have done something truly remarkable, by giving the world the delight that is you.
Thank you for loving me.
Thank you for being in my life.
And lastly, thank you for being the best reason to live for, your love.
I love you.