I just put little person #1 on the bus for her last day of Kindergarten. I officially become a mom of a soon-to-be 1st grader this afternoon. How am I this old? Where did the time go?
I’m not sure how 5+ years have passed since she was born. It seems like a life time ago, yet at the same time it feels like it just happened. Is that strange?
I didn’t cry today. I smiled.
She is growing up fast but I love the person she is becoming. Last night in the car – she yelled to me that we were ‘like the same girl because we both liked the same music‘ then she said ‘mommy we are TWINS’ – I’d be twins with her any day.
SO thankful I was blessed to have her as my little person.
It’s truly hard to understand the love your parents have for you until you too become a parent. I am continually reminded of all my parents sacrificed to give me the life I had. I wouldn’t be who I am today with out them. I hope one day that Chloe grows up and thinks the same thing of me. I am FAR from perfect and make mistakes daily, but hopefully when she looks back on her childhood the happy memories will always outweigh anything else.
Is today the last day for your kids? If you don’t have kids do you remember what you felt on the last day of school? Excitement or sadness?
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