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My Step Granddaughters have the same place in my heart and life as my granddaughter; which is their sister-because their Father allowed me to love them as my grandchildren. As grandparents our relationship with the grandchildren is dictated by their parents. My love for mine is abundant; only because I am given time and freedom to know each one of them.
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|by Faye Jones
You both stepped into my view
Along with your handsome dad-
Faces clean and shinning new,
Smiling but underneath a little sad.
Girls so young stepped into my world;
Dark-haired, olive skin-
One with hair in ringlet curls;
The other beautiful, tall and thin.
You stepped into my life;
Because my beautiful daughter
Became the loving wife
To your handsome father.
I had a feeling-
From the very start
You were my granddaughters; because-
You stepped into my heart!
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