I feel your pain.
its times like these that i am sort of grateful that martha redid the 8th grade and is a year behind where she was...I left you a comment on my comments... because your settings still wont allow email to be returned from when you comment.HUGS ME!
Cheering her on is what the mama bird should do. I'm getting all misty-eyed. Give yourself a well-deserved pat on the back and be proud of your accomplishment.
Sigh.. I know that feeling. But ya dun good. :)
Dang that's a gorgeous picture! It won't be as painful as the anticipation of it all.
Yay! for mamas that cheer their girls on!!!
Yay! And sad. Go girl!
And what beautiful eyes she has...Here's the good part. After spreading her wings a bit, she will have even more appreciation for the one who cheered her on better than any other--as only Mama can do.The older I got, the closer and closer I got to my Mom...
Take a million photos because the Spring goes by so fast before graduation.
I'm proud of you. It is not easy. I'be been thinking about how you're handling the senior year thingy and Graduation coming up. Enjoy every minute and try not to think of further than right now.David came up for a dental appointment Thursday and I waited outside for him 45 mins. He gave me 3 minutes and 2 hugs and he was off. I treasured it :)It's what us mamas do!
My heart breaks for you Mama. And I know my time is coming. She's gonna do good! She learned from the best!
That's an incredible photo and bittersweet words. Well, all I can offer is this: if she does end up going to school down in this neck of the woods, consider us a second family who can be there quickly if there is ever anything she needs. Seriously.
Oh good photo .. I am loving your new camera! Being a cheerleader is part of being a cool mom.
The art of parenting is learning to let go. It's so difficult, isn't it? But you're doing fine.And me likey your new camera.
I ♥ the bird's eye view...my heart hurts for you...I know how mine felt letting mine go and it is definately the BEST of times and the WORST of times...
Yep, as hard as it is, she needs your cheering.
Way to go Mama! She'll remember that you urged her on!
Great photo! My baby bird will be starting her high school career in the fall. I'm both excited and terrified.
Taking your daughter to college, setting up her dorm room and leaving her behind is NOT an easy thing to do. But it is a passage for the both of you which is natural as the sun shining. Keep strong and know that with each new adventure brings new experiences. It will be ok...really...just buy lots of hankerchiefs.
Damn these life passages!
Oh, what are we going to do?What a beautiful picture of your Baby Bird.We have given them the beginning and now it is their turn to fill in the middle. We have given them the fortitude to go forward, but then why is it so hard for us to accept?I am so teary just thinking about it.
You've done your job very well, Mom. I know it's going to be tough, but you'll handle it just fine as you kick her (them) out of the nest (so to speak)...
Good for you! I clicked on the photo-- amazing detail-- wow!
Cheering and secretly crying...I know that feeling!
Sad and proud at the same time. I hear you!
Awwwww...... I'm tearing up here... she's beautiful, Lauren!xoxo,Mary
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