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Last page! Again, you're sorta lulled into thinking that it's over because the old woman is presumably dead. But, no. The cycle continues.

Oh, yes. Because, evidently, some woman was chill with this freaky old broad randomly sneaking into her home and cuddling with her husband.

She was cool enough with it that she let this mamma's boy get her pregnant. So, now he's gonna do this dance with his daughter. I'll love you forever It's meant to show how long a parent's love lasts.

No matter what they do, no matter how old they get, your children will always be your babies. And, I admit, it's hard to watch mine grow up and not need me as much anymore.

Will they still love me once I'm not an integral part of their everyday lives? What happens when it's not important that I sign their report cards, take them to friend's houses, and cook them dinner?

What about once they're ready to move out? Will I be ready for it?! Hell no. But at least now I know I can threaten to strap a ladder to the top of my car and pay them a midnight visit if they don't routinely call me.

Would I ever really do that? Probably not. Still, they owe me and I better hear from them on the regular. Why, you ask? Because this was our actual Christmas card one year.

View all comments. Apr 15, Kristine rated it did not like it Shelves: i-own , picture-books , kids-lit. Love you forever, Stalk you for always. It just doesn't work for me.

At all. And I'm allowed to have a different opinion that you. Would I be ok with my mom slipping into my teenage brothers' rooms while they're sleeping to cuddle and sing a love song?

No, probably not. Where's the dad? Once a man gets married the woman in their life isn't you--it's the wife! And when children grow up and become adults and you should have an adult-to-adult relationship with them.

Quit trying to cuddle them! Lock the windows!! The dad sneaking in on the teenage daughter to hold her, or later on when she's married he's climbing through her window to her bed????

With children's books I like them to have rhyme and rhythm and be easy to read. I felt like I was stumbling over words.

And I know I'm being too literal, but seriously if you look at this book literally it will give you nightmares!!! Just for fun read it to someone purposefully trying to be creepy - just as an experiment.

Trust me, you'll agree with me after that. Darik doesn't necessarily like it when I call the book: Love you forever, Stalk you for always.

But I do anyways Jul 06, Patrick rated it it was amazing. Hey parents, do you want to read a children's book that will make you cry uncontrollably from the third page all the way to the end of the book?

Well look no further, this is the book for you. It's a very sweet book. But get ready to do all the crying while your little kid looks up at you, with an expression that says, "Seriously dad, what the fuck?

Do you need a tissue or something? View all 29 comments. Nov 12, Scott rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Creepy People.

Shelves: children. I didn't hate this book because it was too sappy. I like sappy sometimes. Here's what I didn't like about the book.

Where do I even begin? How about the cover? The cover makes it look like it's some sort of book about potty training or something.

Awful choice. Secondly the illustrations are hideous. Simply hideous. Now lets talk about the writing. Repetitive and long-winded.

The overall general creepiness is another reason I didn't like this bo I didn't hate this book because it was too sappy.

The overall general creepiness is another reason I didn't like this book. I realize that the mother sneaking into her grown son's house via a ladder is supposed to be kind of funny at least I hope it is , but it is still creepy and weird!

Finally the overall message of the book. The intended message I'm sure is about unconditional love, the reversal of roles, etc.

But here's the message I got. I love you because you're my son, but I really don't like you very much. She sees her son as a deviant.

If he's not flushing her watch down the toilet at age two, he's swearing in front of his grandma at age 9. She says he drives her crazy and wants to put him in a zoo.

It's when he's asleep, and only when he's asleep, that she can express her affection. Why does he have to be asleep for her to do this?

View all 40 comments. Feb 23, babyhippoface rated it did not like it Shelves: kids-picture-books. Do I need to repeat the "grown man" part? We've got breaking-and-entering here, along with the fact that we never once see this woman tell her son she loves him while he is, Okay, I realize I'm in the minority here, and I will admit that the first time I read it I went, "Aww We've got breaking-and-entering here, along with the fact that we never once see this woman tell her son she loves him while he is, oh, I don't know, AWAKE.

There's something she might try. I realize I'm probably reading far too much into a little Robert Munsch rhyming ditty, but it has become so revered by the masses that I feel the need to speak my piece.

I'm done now. View all 11 comments. Shelves: reviewed , year , childrens-books. Obviously enough, I'm in the minority here, but this children's book is weird, creepy, disturbing and will probably give me more nightmares than any Stephen King novel ever did.

I'm perfectly fine with the message that mothers respectively parents in general will always love their children and will in most cases - sadly eno Obviously enough, I'm in the minority here, but this children's book is weird, creepy, disturbing and will probably give me more nightmares than any Stephen King novel ever did.

I'm perfectly fine with the message that mothers respectively parents in general will always love their children and will in most cases - sadly enough, there are always exceptions do everything for them to be comfortable.

But Robert Munsch simply overexaggerated while portraying this message, and finally made me see a totally different message in this book: That a mother's love justifies stalking her children and entering into their lives in one of the creepiest and most disturbing ways - by climbing a ladder to her son's bedroom, entering the house and picking her son up to rock him back and forth while he's sleeping.

I'm sorry, but this is so weird, I can't even find it funny anymore. Yes, the book is meant to be understood metaphorically, the book is supposed to be somehow funny and cute and oh-so-sweet although I only furled my eyebrows in confusion rather than actually laughing.

In the beginning, the book was still interesting; everyone can relate to the way children can bring chaos into everything. But then the mother began to enter her son's room at night.

Is it okay to go into your two-year-old son's bedroom while he's sleeping with the intention of admiring him and admitting that you will love him forever?

Yes, it is. I am totally fine with that. Doing so with a nine-year-old son begins to show signs of creepiness, but it's still acceptable. It isn't acceptable if your son is thirty and has moved on with his own life.

You can't just break into his house to admire him, indifferent from how lonely you might feel. And yes, I understand that this book is not supposed to be taken seriously, and it's not even realistically possible for an old woman to be able to pick up her full-grown son while he's sleeping, but this book pretends it is, so I will too.

There are thousands of better ways to incorporate a message about a mother's love into a book. I wouldn't even consider this one to be a children's book If you want to read a fantastic children's book, then please skip this and read The Velveteen Rabbit instead, which is an absolutely wonderful story.

Or if you want to read two more reviews of "Love You Forever" which I really enjoyed and can whole-heartedly recommend reading, then read this Anne's review or the other Anne's.

View all 31 comments. May 25, Calista rated it liked it Shelves: genre-fantasy , , z-robert-munsch , bage-children , genre-love-story , groundbreaking , classic , genre-beginner.

I chose to read this book with what it was trying to get across and not literally. It is a weird book to take literally, which could be weird for a child reading it that takes things literally.

It might scare the crap out of them. If you take the story as how irritating children are and you love them anyway, no matter what, then it is a great book.

It is weird to see the mother sneak into the kids room at age 9 and rock him, and I think it is supposed to be about the love you have for them.

I did I chose to read this book with what it was trying to get across and not literally. I didn't think the art was all that great either.

I did read this to the kids and it didn't seem to bother them too much. It didn't scare them and it didn't really affect them either. I think it's actually more a book for parents.

View all 13 comments. Nov 11, Emily May rated it did not like it Shelves: childrens , for-the-kids. View all 18 comments. Oct 21, Shaina rated it it was amazing Shelves: challenge , paperback.

Edit: the moral of the story here is that growing up is necessary, endearing, and also bittersweet.

You see a little boy grow up and the process repeated. Second time I have written this review. Also, I think it says something about the toilet.

We are going to inevitably to spend a lot of time there. Circle of life. There was a review here wit Edit: the moral of the story here is that growing up is necessary, endearing, and also bittersweet.

There was a review here with dates. Alas POOF! So under renovation. View all 32 comments. Feb 21, Anne rated it liked it.

I'm not feeling the love, but I definitely am feeling the creeps. I get the point - unconditional and everlasting love, hence the three stars.

But that's just not how you do it man. I like what the book is saying, I just don't like how it's saying it. I just can't overlook how disturbin I'm not feeling the love, but I definitely am feeling the creeps.

I just can't overlook how disturbing this is. I really couldn't enjoy this book. How do I fall asleep now?

Or maybe not. Maybe a lover watching his love sleep is better? But still, mothers creeping across floors and through windows at night, rocking and singing love songs to teenage boys and grown men.

In their sleep. Someone needs a lesson on privacy. And the grown man takes this habit up and suddenly I can foresee it becoming something of a legacy.

I love my father, I really do and besides, even my father would agree with me completely. But this Like bloody hell!

You want to rock and sing to me? Wait till I am conscious. View all 46 comments. Jun 12, Alicia Krauchuk Fenton rated it it was amazing Shelves: kiddos.

I just love this book. It is a bit on the "unusual" side, but that is just Munsch for ya. I first read this my Freshman year of college.

I cried then and I cry when I read it to my girls. The mother's corniness just adds to the tenderness of the book. I am touched by the mother's love for her son, the son's love for his mom, and then the son's love to his daughter So simple, so beautiful, so profound!!!

I was so inspired I made up a tune for the words to "the song" for my girls. My dad used to sing me a Spanish lullaby when I was a little girl that I sing to my girls and I hope that they will sing to their family.

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Then there was a stabbing pain in the crook of his arm and the sharp sound of ripping adhesive tape. Chris felt a sharp prick near his forehead, which had him arcing against his restraints and floating back to the soft, warm hands of a nurse.

How did they know his name? Call radiology, we need them to clear the C— spine. There was a scurry of noise, of yelling. Chris slid his eyes to the slit in the curtain off to his right and saw his father.

This was the hospital; his father worked at a hospital. Chris flailed so suddenly he managed to rip the IV out of his arm. He looked directly at Michael Gold and screamed, but there was no sound, no noise, just wave after wave of fear.

His son was fighting backboard restraints and a Philadelphia collar. There was blood everywhere, all over his face and shirt and neck.

James felt Chris squeeze his hand so tightly his wedding band dug into the the skin. He turned around to see Melanie and Michael hovering at the edge of the curtain, horrified, no doubt, by all that blood.

A resident hung up a telephone receiver. The ER doctor nodded toward James. He began trotting as the ER staff wheeled it more quickly past the Golds.

The doctor led them to a small alcove behind the coffee machines, decorated with nubby blue couches and ugly formica endtables, and Melanie instantly relaxed.

She was an professional expert when it came to reading, verbal or nonverbal clues. Maybe Emily was already up on a patient ward, or off to radiology as Chris was.

Maybe she was being brought out to meet them. Melanie had every intention of standing, but her knees gave out from beneath her.

Michael remained upright, frozen. She crumpled further, her body folding into itself, until her head was so deeply buried beneath her arms that she could not hear what the man was saying.

There was a gunshot wound to the head. Michael tried to remember to blink his eyes. Before, it had always been an involuntary act, but right now everything— breathing, standing, being— was strictly tied to his own self— control.

That other boy. The doctor shook his head. Then he remembered. Her body. He followed the doctor back into the ER. Was it his imagination or did the nurses look at him differently, now?

He passed through cubicles with moaning, damaged, living people and finally stopped in front of a curtain with no noise, no bustle, no activity behind it.

The doctor waited until Michael inclined his head, then drew back the blind. Emily was lying on her back on a table. Michael took a step forward, resting his hand on her hair.

Her forehead was smooth, still warm. The doctor was wrong; that was all. She was not dead, she could not be dead, she… He shifted his hand, and her head lolled toward him, allowing him to see the hole above her right ear, the size of a silver dollar, ragged on the edges and matted with dried blood.

But no new blood was trickling. Michael nodded and ran out of the examination room. He ran past the man on the stretcher clutching his heart, four times older than Emily would ever be.

He ran past the resident carrying a cup of coffee. He ran past Gus Harte, breathless and reaching for him. He picked up speed. Then Michael turned the corner, sank to his knees, and retched.

Gus had run the whole way to Bainbridge Memorial holding hope to her chest, a package that grew heavier and more unwieldy with every step.

The nurse nodded. She let her eyes roam over the serviceable Emergency entranceway, from the empty wheelchairs waiting like wallflowers at a dance, to the television shackled to the ceiling.

At the edge of the area, Gus saw a swatch of red fabric. Melanie stared at her for a long moment. James sat in the only chair, his head in his hands.

They had taken him back to the ER to be stitched up by a surgeon; he would be monitored overnight and then sent for additional tests the next day.

About what happened? In pain. About them being together when this happened. Gus crossed the room and slipped her arms around James. Even now, he stiffened; he had not been brought up to embrace in public places, and near— death experiences did not alter the rules.

James pushed her away and walked toward the radiator, belching out its heat. James turned to her. A male orderly wheeled in Chris, his head swathed in thick white bandages.

She was rooted to the floor, unable to connect this sunken boy with the strong son who had towered over her just that morning.

His eyes were glassy with sedatives, unfocused with fear. Gus sat down on the edge of the bed and cradled him in her arms.

Gus tried to hold him to her, even after his big body went slack in her arms. She glanced at James, who was sitting in the chair beside the hospital bed like a stiff and stoic sentry.

Gus did not like to cry around him, either. She bit her lip and pulled open the door of the room, wanting to have her breakdown in private.

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Emily was lying on her back on a table. Michael took a step forward, resting his hand on her hair. Her forehead was smooth, still warm.

The doctor was wrong; that was all. She was not dead, she could not be dead, she… He shifted his hand, and her head lolled toward him, allowing him to see the hole above her right ear, the size of a silver dollar, ragged on the edges and matted with dried blood.

But no new blood was trickling. Michael nodded and ran out of the examination room. He ran past the man on the stretcher clutching his heart, four times older than Emily would ever be.

He ran past the resident carrying a cup of coffee. He ran past Gus Harte, breathless and reaching for him.

He picked up speed. Then Michael turned the corner, sank to his knees, and retched. Gus had run the whole way to Bainbridge Memorial holding hope to her chest, a package that grew heavier and more unwieldy with every step.

The nurse nodded. She let her eyes roam over the serviceable Emergency entranceway, from the empty wheelchairs waiting like wallflowers at a dance, to the television shackled to the ceiling.

At the edge of the area, Gus saw a swatch of red fabric. Melanie stared at her for a long moment. James sat in the only chair, his head in his hands.

They had taken him back to the ER to be stitched up by a surgeon; he would be monitored overnight and then sent for additional tests the next day.

About what happened? In pain. About them being together when this happened. Gus crossed the room and slipped her arms around James. Even now, he stiffened; he had not been brought up to embrace in public places, and near— death experiences did not alter the rules.

James pushed her away and walked toward the radiator, belching out its heat. James turned to her. A male orderly wheeled in Chris, his head swathed in thick white bandages.

She was rooted to the floor, unable to connect this sunken boy with the strong son who had towered over her just that morning. His eyes were glassy with sedatives, unfocused with fear.

Gus sat down on the edge of the bed and cradled him in her arms. Gus tried to hold him to her, even after his big body went slack in her arms.

She glanced at James, who was sitting in the chair beside the hospital bed like a stiff and stoic sentry.

Gus did not like to cry around him, either. She bit her lip and pulled open the door of the room, wanting to have her breakdown in private.

In the hallway she flattened her palms against the cool cinder block wall and tried to think of just yesterday, when she had gone grocery shopping and had cleaned the downstairs bathroom and had yelled at Chris for leaving the milk out on the kitchen counter all day so it spoiled.

Yesterday, when everything had made sense. Gus turned her head to see a tall, dark— haired woman. Would you be Mrs. But I was called in to the scene.

I need to ask you some questions. Detective Marrone smiled; Gus was momentarily stunned at how beautiful that one transformation made her.

The detective took out a pad and a pen. Did you know Emily Gold, Mrs. Embarrassed, she swiped at them with the backs of her hands.

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We can't have children. They're in the catalogue too. As a child I found books on this subject ver This is the only children's book I've ever read that stuck me as more depressing than "The Giving Tree".

As a child I found books on this subject very distressing. It upset me because then I wasn't ready. When the time to move out actually came and I hit it young, at 15 , I experienced a couple of weeks of intense home sickness, and the promptly go over it.

The actual leaving wasn't nearly as bad as the horrible imaginings I'd had as a small child. To me, books like this make kids focus on the losses of the future, instead of the gains.

Yes, the mother is saying "she'll love him forever", but what child with reasonably attentive parents doesn't already know that?

The fact that the book shows it as something of a anomoly makes the child or at least ME as a child think there is something REAL to fear in seperation.

Anyway, I know this is a long diatribe about a very short, silly, cute, cuddly children's book, but That's how powrefully upset the book made me.

View all 4 comments. I just LOVE this book too much. Even when I reread it I think "This time I will not tear up! It perfectly describes a mother's journey with her kids and no matter what they are loved even if they make you feel Loony Tunes.

And their commitment to you at your old age. Fingers crossed! View all 12 comments. Aug 08, Bill rated it did not like it Shelves: kids , avoid-at-all-costs.

It reassures me to see so many people find this book as creepy and loathsome as I do. I know the lesson we're supposed to learn is that we never stop being the apples of our parents' eyes, but all I ever got out of it was that if you feel at all smothered by your parents, you better get used to it, because it will never end.

Also, moms are inherently stalkery. And while I hope that wasn't the authorial intention here, I can't shake the feeling that maybe it really was.

It tells the story of the evolving relationship between a boy and his mother. The story details the cycle of life by chronicling the experiences of a young son and his mother throughout the course of the boy's life, and describing the exasperating behavior exhibited by him throughout his youth.

In spite of her occasional aggravation caused by her son's behavior, the mother nonetheless visits his bedroom nightly to cradle him in her arms, and sing a brief lullaby promising to always love him.

After her son enters adulthood and leaves home, his elderly mother occasionally sneaks into his bedroom at night to croon her customary lullaby.

However she gradually grows old and frail, and her grown son visits his feeble, sickly mother for the final time. At first when he arrived, his mother tried to sing her lullaby to him, but she couldn't finish.

He sings an altered rendition of her lullaby in reciprocation of the unconditional love that she had shown him; vowing to always love her as she dies before him.

After returning home in a scene implying the death of his mother, he cradles his newborn daughter and sings his mother's signature lullaby for her, implying that the cycle will continue.

Dec 27, Tina rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-for-kids , favorites. I cannot read this book to my kids without doing the 'ugly cry,' which, naturally, creeps them out Dec 30, Jamie rated it it was amazing Shelves: childrens.

This was such a sweet book! Parents of even older children can relate. No matter how old they get, they are still yours and you love them. This books shows that through good times and bad and has such a sweet, tender ending that should touch everyone's heart.

There is one part that is a bit disturbing with the mom even sneaking i This was such a sweet book! There is one part that is a bit disturbing with the mom even sneaking into the "boy's" home when he is an adult to continue so sooth him in his sleep.

While the literal sense of this is For me to this day, my mother still calls me her "Munchkin" and has admitted that even having kids of my own I will still be her little girl.

No matter what I do or go through she loves me. And that is the message I love about this book. When I first saw this I half wondered what it was about and hoped it was not about toilet training.

Lucky for me I it wasn't. This book is a treasure and a perfect book to read before bed. Try it with your own child! View 1 comment. Feb 26, Terri rated it did not like it.

One star is too high for this book! I would have given it negative stars if possible. This is a story of a dysfunctional woman who only tells her child she loves him while he's asleep.

He perpetuates the cycle with his daughter. The image of this old mother sneaking into her son's bedroom at night is just too weird, and the thoughts it presages of this man creeping into his teen daughter's bedroom someday are even worse!

There are too many wonderful picture books celebrating familial love to was One star is too high for this book! There are too many wonderful picture books celebrating familial love to waste time on this creepy distortion!

View all 5 comments. Feb 26, Kate Kerrane rated it did not like it. I continue to struggle with why so many people love this book with a fervor.

Okay, it is nice that the son rocks the mother at the end. And yes, I'm sure that I will always have the feelings that my son is still my little boy who I will want to rock forever.

And sure, I understand that the story is supposed to be metaphorical. However, does the mother not understand boundaries?

Clearly her son does not want to be rocked as an adolescent and young man and she has to crawl across the floor like a I continue to struggle with why so many people love this book with a fervor.

Clearly her son does not want to be rocked as an adolescent and young man and she has to crawl across the floor like a stalker in the night and sneak into his bed while he is asleep to rock him.

Her son finally escapes this woman and her unhealthy clingy ways,and moves into his own house. He obviously did not give his mother a key to his house or she would not have had to drive across town in the dark of night with a ladder strapped to the top of her car.

She is one strong, dexterous and determined old lady! She risks a broken hip to climb in through his window to rock him?!

I also suspect that she's slipping him some sort of sleeping medication at night; how else could he sleep through her attempts to hoist his large body into her frail arms?

Also, what is wrong with this relationship that the mother can only acknowledge her love for her son when he is asleep? When he is awake she refers to him as "it" and references his bad and "strange" behavior and repeatedly says, "This kid is driving me crazy!

So in his waking life, her son only experiences his mother's disdain, not the love that she feels when night falls. Family therapy? Come on people, wake up!

Don't even get me started on gender stereotypes and how that Giving Tree just gives and gives and never gets anything in return until the boy is a crumpled old man who can't even move!

And she should be grateful? Feb 25, Melki rated it did not like it Shelves: offal , horror , kidstuff. This book sky rocketed to popularity in the mid-eighties while I was working at B.

Dalton Bookseller. Oh, so many women came to the register clutching the title, weeping into their sodden tissues. I didn't get it then, and I don't get it now.

I'm glad to see several one-star reviews of this title. I thought maybe there was something wrong with me that I could not see the "beauty" in telling a child, "Someday Mommy will be old, and you will have to take care of me.

View all 8 comments. Dec 21, Fran rated it really liked it. I'll love you forever, I'll like you for always, As long as I'm living, my baby you'll be.

A lovely picture book sure to help you think back with some melancholy to the times your children if you have them, of course were little.

Also a book I like to give as present to new parents. It seems to help them cope at least momentarily with some of the exasperating behavior of their little ones.

This is one of those rare books that manages to leave you sad but happy, all at the same time. A little I'll love you forever, I'll like you for always, As long as I'm living, my baby you'll be.

A little ode to the unconditional love between parents and children. I read this book way before I had kids.

I was a student teacher in my first job and I had never read it before. I can't tell you what a rookie mistake that was!! Oh boy did I cry! I had to leave the room to compose myself.

That poem and those words will forever play in my mind: "I'll love you forever, I'll like you for always, as long as I'm living, my baby you'll be!

My recommendation is to read it first to yourself before you read it as a bedtime story for your kids. View all 7 comments. Sep 06, Carrie Cohen rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: any parent.

This is by far my absolute favorite book to read to or with my children. The first time, I could barely get through it, I cried so hard! I still get misty eyed everytime I read it.

Especially when the grown son carries his mother upstairs and rocks her to sleep. I have to turn back to the page where grandma takes off in the station wagon, with the ladder hanging over the roof of the vehicle, whilst racing to her sons' house.

That helps soothe the waterworks. Make a mental note to watch how the cat a This is by far my absolute favorite book to read to or with my children.

Make a mental note to watch how the cat ages along with the growing child, too. View all 3 comments. Jun 06, Penny rated it it was ok Shelves: weirds-me-out.

I really liked this book when I was a teenager reading it to a room full of 2-year-olds I worked at a daycare when I was in HS.

The kids really liked it, and when you discover something that causes a room full of toddlers to sit still for more then a minute you embrace it.

Admittedly, as a teen, there were times when I would get a little choked up reading Love You Forever--teenage me was a bit of a sap. Now this book just weirds me out.

Remember: I'm a mother of three. On the surface this is a I really liked this book when I was a teenager reading it to a room full of 2-year-olds I worked at a daycare when I was in HS.

On the surface this is a cute, sentimental, sob-inducing children's book. But when you look deeper--I know it's a kids book, but still, work with me here--you find a semi-creepy relationship between mother and son.

Don't get me wrong, I completely relate to what the young mother is going through--kids kinda suck when they're little, which is why God made them cute.

There are nights when my husband and I gaze at our sleeping angels and smile. With relief--because the adorable little monsters, whom we love very much, are finally asleep.

Sleeping kids are great. They look so innocent and sweet, not likely to play in toilets, draw on walls, ask 'why? And so on.

I can see why a mother would take a sleeping little angel in her arms and tell him that she "loves him forever, she loves him for always.

As long as she's living, her baby he'll be. There is a chance I have done that, just so you know. But at some point boundaries need to be put in place.

Look at the pictures on her walls after the boy grows up and moves away. They are all of the boy. No friends, no family. No relationships with anyone else.

Just the boy--That's it. Kinda sad, don't you think? Plus, when you get married, you let go of your parents. And in return, your parents cut the apron strings.

Sure they totally still love you but, like I said earlier: boundaries! So, while the idea of the aging mom driving across town and sneaking into her married son's house in order to cuddle with him, is sort of a cute one, it's also really creepy--Again, I totally know this is a kids book, but still.

My point is: this woman needs a friggin' hobby, stat. Her life shouldn't revolve so entirely around her child. That's just unhealthy for both the mother and the child.

Plus, I'd love to know what her son's wife has say about the whole situation. Maybe the mother could start playing canasta with the neighborhood Olds, or join a book club.

Also, it wouldn't hurt if she formed other relationships, maybe get a boyfriend or something. Just sayin'. Oct 02, Joshua Nomen-Mutatio added it Shelves: image-based-less-words , from-ages-past , fiction.

I don't know how to rate this star-wise because I really can see how creepy a common word in reviews for it I've noticed and over-sentimental it is, but I can also see how sincere and profoundly universal its message is.

Two sides, same coin I stumbled upon a review of this in which Michelle called it creepier than American Psycho which made me laugh and subsequently click on the book to check it out further.

Then I suddenly recognized the book from my childhood and remembered my mot I don't know how to rate this star-wise because I really can see how creepy a common word in reviews for it I've noticed and over-sentimental it is, but I can also see how sincere and profoundly universal its message is.

Then I suddenly recognized the book from my childhood and remembered my mother reading it to me and her being moved by it and I metamorphosized instantly into a sad sack of sentimental jelly turned it's-so-undeniably-sad-that-things-change-and-change-then-die-regardless-of-our-love-for-life-and-mom-etc quasi-existentialist.

So along with the Bible and the Koran this book is one of the rare books left unstarred due to its complexity.

Can't pin these things down with stars. View all 6 comments. Jan 31, Pooja rated it it was amazing Shelves: children. Mother's love is always the purest kind.

I'm glad to have read this poem on my mother's birthday! Feb 12, TL rated it really liked it. A quick read, a very sweet story about a mother and her son, how she loved him no matter what.

The boy in the story reminded me of my brother a bit "I'll love you forever, I'll like you for always As long as I'm living my baby you'll be" The last few pages of the story were very sweet, 3.

The boy in the story reminded me of my brother a bit "I'll love you forever, I'll like you for always As long as I'm living my baby you'll be" The last few pages of the story were very sweet, I won't give it away but it had me smiling and tearing up a bit.

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