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i have a love/hate relationship with growing up– my youngest just turned 10yrs–stuck between a kid and a young lady!
She is adorable! My kids are 22 and 27 and I still wish they were little. I loved being a mom of little kids. They do grow SO fast!
What a little beauty. :)
i don't have kids, but am a first grade teacher. the best way i've figured to slow the growing process is to enjoy every moment about their cute little faces and cute little hands. it slows it down…but only a little. they always grow up in the end. doh.
quit feeding em.
She's beautiful and looks as though she's outgoing & will loooove school!I never did figure out how to make mine stop growing: my son got taller than me last month & just keeps going up, up, up! I've found there are new things to enjoy about them as they grow though.
AWW… first grade… how fun!! She is adorable, love those big eyes!
If I knew, I'd bottle it and be rich. And I'd still have my little girls around, but, sorry, Linds. They do grow up and go out on their own. So, enjoy, enjoy, ENJOY the time you have now with your kids. By the way, your daughter has gorgeous eyes…what a beauty.
I still wish I could figure that out, along with how to bottle baby smell so I could whip it out and remember when they are all grown. My oldest is 11 and staring middle school this year and it's sooo hard…thankfully my babe Emmie who is only 2 gives me that one last chance at this littleness. All 3 of your kids are just beautiful…I know you will cherish every moment and we all know it goes by way too fast!
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