To the nephew I'll never meet:
Life is going to suck sometimes, but that's alright. It's okay to not be okay. Just remember to keep your head up no matter what.
Always look both ways before you cross the street since people really don't know how to drive (besides me).
Don't be afraid to ask for help with anything-- it doesn't matter if it's from your parents, your teachers, your friends, a counselor, or even a stranger.
Not every person is good and not every person is bad. There will be some who will give you the shirt of their back if you ask for it. There will be some who will take advantage of you and betray you. Be careful.
Please don't even talk down to a girl. If you ever have a sister/daughter, you wouldn't want them saying hurtful things to her. It's not cool. Which brings me to my next point.
Be kind to everyone. I don't care if they're rich, poor, black, white, purple with bright yellow polka dots, Muslim, or gay. We are all the same and that's what truly matters.
Even though your parents and I have had our differences, please respect them. I know they love you indefinitely and they want the best for you. Listen to them. Obey them. Make them proud.
Your parents might make your Grandma and Grandpa Sturgis out to be terrible people, but they're not. They're great. They're fantastic. Your grandparents are so awesome. Your grandma is so caring. And I really wish you could hear all those funny saying your grandpa says.
I really wish I could meet you, lil' bud. I wish I could hold you in my arms when you're born. I wish I could see you grow up. I wish I could spoil you rotten and give you back to your parents like all the cool aunts do. I wish I could introduce you to all the cool, nerdy things I'm obsessed with. I wish I could be there for you. Dress Affordable Vera Wang style wedding collections for rent price
I may never meet you, but Aunt Madison loves you bunches, lil' bud.