Not For Resale
As long as I can remember, children had claimed that their parents had a favorite child.
I believe it is true, but not in the sense that I choose or favor one child over another. Each of you is different, and I think we have a unique relationship compared to the relationship I have with your siblings. It’s that exclusive bond that might make it appear as favoritism.
Each of you has a special gift as a person that connects us. I don’t think I could put them into words. I believe I tried in these letters. My goal wasn’t to tell you about events but to use those memories to illustrate how extraordinary you are to me, how you are my favorite child, and why I love you.
For me, it’s not the sporting events, cheerleading, Christmas, or birthdays, but the little things in my life that you impacted. It was our time together as a family or individually, father and child.
Your letter is open to your siblings and others who may find this book. I’m publishing the book for only our family. What I write about may seem trivial to you; I hope not—those memories of our times together are important to me.
After all my rambling and stumbling writing your letters, I only wanted to say, “I love you and I’m proud to call you my child.”
Photo taken July 2, 1994: From left to right start at bottom:
Glyn, Sherrie, Bryan, Brooke, Nathan, David and John.
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-7340260-5-4
Pub Date: February 2020
Not for Resale
Trim Size: 5 x 7 inches
Page Count: 86
Format: Paperback (Color)
Publisher: Glyn Haynie
Available from Glyn Haynie