A sweet treat—in honor of Mother’s Day

In thinking about Mother’s Day, I often reflect back to when each of my children was around three.

My first son had a stuffed animal bunny and would often push him around in the stroller. One day I realized that he was singing a hymn, with words from a poem called “Love” by Mary Baker Eddy (Poems, p. 6). It starts, “Brood o’er us with Thy shelt’ring wing.” This was my son’s favorite hymn, and now he was singing it to his bunny. 

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