Quotation by Robert Fulghum

I love this child. Red-haired—patient and gentle like her mother—fey and funny like her father. When she giggles I can hear him when he and I were young. I am part of this child. It may be only because we share genes and that therefore smell familiar to each other. . . . It may be that a part of me lives in her in some important way. . . . But for now, it's jelly beans and "Old MacDonald" that unite us.
Robert Fulghum (20th century), U.S. writer. Uh-Oh: Some Observations from Both Sides of the Refrigerator Door . . . (1991).
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