I Love My Daughter (Mom of the Year Challenge)
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I love my daughter. I don't think you understand. I love my little Milly more than any mom in the world has ever loved their daughter. Yes, I know almost every mom out there may say the same thing, but they're wrong. They're *so* wrong.
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I Love My Daughter (Mom of the Year Challenge)

by Zchxz

I love my daughter. I don't think you understand. I love my little Milly more than any mom in the world has ever loved their daughter.

Yes, I know almost every mom out there may say the same thing, but they're wrong. They're *so* wrong.

I've cared for Milly ever since the world brought her into my arms that fateful day.

Life had been hard for me growing up; my mother was nothing like me, and I was determined to make sure Milly would never feel the way I did.

You see, my mother beat me. She said it was my fault she could never have another kid. A better kid. She let her boyfriends beat me, and do other awful things to me.

And anytime I wanted affection I was ignored, or worse. So when I got Milly, I knew exactly what to do to make her understand just how important she was to me.

I decided I would give her a new doll every holiday.

Milly came into my life in the summer, which made it perfect; I could space her gifts out every 6 months!

And so I took the time to make the dolls - I'm quite good at crafting them - for months, dressing them and placing them in pretty crystal jars to present them to Milly on her birthday and at Christmas.

Milly was hesitant to take a liking to them at first, but after a few years she warmed up to them.

Oh, the tears of joy she cried when I placed a new doll on her shelf! I can't think of a better way to let her know she's the only daughter I'd ever want.

Anyway, as you know the summer is coming shortly, so I'll be presenting a new doll to her soon. It's great timing, too.

I've only had Milly for 6 years now, but she's already talking back like most teenagers.

I heave a sigh and pat my belly as I sit in the waiting room, thinking about how much I love my sweet little Milly. I truly wish I could give her a new doll more than twice a year.

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