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Every letter in where La Fayette talked about his children. Especially the Embroidered Spiderman No Way Home Sweatshirt For Women written during the American War of Independence, when his children were still very young and Adrienne gave birth to their second child in his absence. He really, really did love his children and was, especially for his station and for the time, quite involved in their upbringing. His letters also tell us, that he was not really concerned with the gender of his children. Did he want to have a son, a male heir? Certainly. But he was happy as long as his children and his wife were all healthy. As in regard to his spelling, yes, his capitalization was sometimes wild and not only when he was exited. He also was not fixed in the way he spelled his own name, he altered capitalization and spacing just as he saw it fit – that’s what I personally find adorable. What I came to realise is the fact that his handwriting tells you in each and every letter exactly how much time he had to pen the letter. His handwriting was sometimes bad enough that even the editors from “Founders.online” commented on it in their annotations.
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Something that I find quite adorable as well is the Demaryius Thomas Denver Broncos Thank You For The Memories Shirt that we know that La Fayette was a person who blushed easily and frequently. Another favourite aspect of mine was La Fayette’s seasickness. Now, at first this statement sounds a bit harsh on my part but we can thank his seasickness for this wonderful quote from a letter to his wife during his first ocean crossing. He wrote: “I believe we sadden each other, the sea and I” – I really do love this quote. Furthermore, La Fayette believed that hugging the main mast of the ship would cure his seasickness. (I live by the sea and can tell you, it will not :-)) La Fayette had a great sense of humour and that can be observed in this story. After he was short during the Battle of Brandywine he was brought to a makeshift hospital. The lamentable army doctors tried to make do with what they had at hand in order to provide a best medical service. So, La Fayette was placed on what was once a dining room table. A little while later some other continental generals arrived and La Fayette revealed their conversation in an interview he gave in 1825: “I [La Fayette] saluted them by begging that they would not eat me up, as they appeared to be very hungry, and I was the only dish upon the table in the house.” – that is exactly my sense of humour.