Monday, June 30, 2008


I didn't think I was old enough to have a date-able child, but my daughter convinced me otherwise when she turned 16 this month. There have been no dates, yet, but she's still date-able. She's driving too. And she's cute.

My father's not helping matters with this daughter, pointing out all the cute returned missionaries in his ward ... and explaining that if she were to get married right out of high school, I could be a grandmother - well - very soon.

At least she's not boy-crazy. It could be worse. It's actually nice having a child who can run my errands, pick up a few groceries or return movies. She and her sister have even become friends! That's something I'm really liking.

I do enjoy watching my children grow up. Each new stage intrigues me. And this newest stage, the one where all of my children will be in school all day come fall, especially fascinates me. I think I'll get another book finished when they go back to school. Maybe two.


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Tamra Norton said...

There is such a mix of emotions watching our children grow up!