I love it
It's bittersweet moment. I can relate since my daughter's only two and seems to be growing so quickly. Just seems like the jump from 1 to 3 happens so fast. Vincent | CuteMonster.com
Mothering...sometimes it hurts.
So cute! And true!
Aw. This is so sweet. My Mum thinks exactly the same. I'm sure Granny will take care of her. :)
Love it! I'm so not ready for that!!
Awwwwww. She's a smart girl just like her mama, she'll be just fine.
How incredibly sweet!! ((HUGS))
Aw that's so true! She'll be fine, you'll be fine x
Awwww. *Heartstrings pulled* Such a picture of truth!!
Hey!! No fair! You didn't say it would make my mommy eyes all watery.... :(
My daughter is 17. She was hit from behind while driving to school earlier this week. She called me right after the accident and though the voice I heard on the other end of the line was that of a poised young woman, I couldn't help but imagine her as a little girl. Being a mommy is tough work.
@ JenniferfromLaJolla - WHAT?!? Oh man....see now, that is exactly what I'm talking about right there. You can't put them back inside, right? What they don't tell you about having children is that the umbilical cord is made of some indestructible fibres. No matter how many times you try to cut it, it just grows back together.Mothering = Nerves of Steel
Awww! I hope you're holding up well while she's away.
Yup. I can feel for that emotion! Yikes.
Awww, this is so incredibly sweet! I think this is the way every parent see his/her child no matter what age.
visiting Granny eh? So thats what getting boozed up is getting called these days. Yo girl aint so innocent as you think
that's sweet. i'm not sure how i will handle all such situations later on - my boy is now 19 months old ;)
SO TRUE. Just the same happened to me
I love it but cannot understand what was it
I love this because I am 16 and I wonder if my mom feals the same way
Maddy - why don't you ask her?
I would probably not let her go by herself until she turns... 30 :-)
Remember: Cirque Du Soleil tickets! I feel for you. I'm afraid for the day comes that The Boy is going to do the same thing... A trip on his own... ack.
I hear you! My youngest is 23 and has a heart for missions. He has been all over the world since about 14. The good byes, and the missing him, are always hard, but the welcome homes, and the pride in who he is ... make it worth it!
Yes! The Welcome Homes are great.
My oldest went to Spain when was 15, with her grandparents though. Leaving her was heart wrenching - and she wasn't alone! Can't imagine how it would have been without them flying with her. Aye!!!
Cuz You Rocketh.