sniff, sniff. :frown: I am in the same position and I don't know why. For some reason I could handle Kimmie going to kindergarten... I was ready for it. But first grade?!? How did she grow up so fast?!?
And while I so wish Trinity could be there sitting on your lap, I'm sure she'll still be there looking down on her big brother with pride.
I'm scared for those days too. My daughter just past her 1 year due date last month and I'm already sad at how much she's grown.. how much she wants to do things her ways (already!). I know she's only a year old, but I put away her baby lotion (the pink kind that smells like a baby) and switched it with another baby lotion that smells like cucumber melon. She just seems too big to smell like a newborn anymore.
Good luck with his party tomorrow. People always told me that they grow up so fast but until I had Kaitlyn I didn't really understand. The good thing though is that he's doing just what we all really intend our babies to do- he's growing! :)
*sending hugs your way*
Well done mom! It sounds like your little "boo" has gained so much from your loving touch. I am so glad to hear that Jadon had such a successful year in school.
I wish to that sweet Trinity could be there for her big brother, but know she is, just not how we ever imagined.
A big hug to you,
It is amazing how far they come in just 180 days!! They grow up so fast and yet they're always needing us for the little things.
Ansley's newest thing is "I remember the good old days when you did everything for me..." Yep, she'll be in 2nd grade next year!!
Aww, happy graduation Jadon! Keep the faith that this will NOT be your last kindergarten graduation!
oH THIS MADE ME CRY AS I HAVE BEEN VERY SENTIMENTAL LATELY. YOU HAVE AN AWESOME BOY & YOU ARE TIGHT HE IS GROWING UP & FAST. I GUESS I WILL GO THUR THAT SOON AS ADRIAN IS BARELY 3 & LEXI WILL BE 2. THANK YOU FOR SHARING WITH ME. I MISS YOU &WISH YOU THE BEST FOR YOU & YOUR BEAUTIFUL SON. XOXOXO
MY VANILLA PUDDIN' ALEXANDER
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