His Father’s Spitting Image


My second son is a spitting image of his father. He is proud to tell the whole world that he and his father are alike in so many ways to the extent that you would think he was cloned from his father. I had to sit him down and point out some of the traits he got from me. I told him how he and I are the ones with dimples on one cheek. He has an amazing capacity to pile up his plate with activities and stretch himself to incredible limits. It was with great pleasure that I reminded him that there is only one other person in the house who has the capacity for a fully-loaded plate — yours truly.

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About Author

Irene Olumese holds a Ph.D. in Nutrition Sciences from the University of Ibadan. She worked with UNICEF for fifteen years in four countries. She is an inspirational speaker and a writer. She blogs at www.touchinglives4good.blogspot.com where she shares the story of God’s amazing grace sufficient to sustain all God’s children through life’s storms. Irene runs her beading business tagged Hands of Grace Creations. She is the founder of Feet of Grace Foundation, a not-for-profit organization through which she raises funds for the provision of prosthetic limbs for amputees. She is married to Peter, they live in Geneva and are blessed with two amazing sons.

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