Saturday

Time Keeps On Slipping, Slipping, Slipping Into The Future


Grand Central Terminal 3 days until Lamb gets her National Junior Honor Society 2 year pin...

23 more school days left in the school year...

29 more actual days until I no longer have a 13 year old daughter...

Not only am I about to be the mother of a 14 year old, but also the mother of a high schooler. It's almost scary how fast the days, weeks, months, years are flying by. Where did the time go?

Lovely Year Old Lamb

8 comments:

Patois said...

She's a beauty, whether 14 months, 14 years, or 44 years. Thank God they're always our babies.

Bubba's Sis said...

A. Dorable! She's a cutie patootie - Patois is right that no matter what their age, they're always our babies. Cherish her - she's a treasure!

Misty Dawn said...

Both of your kids are absolutely beautiful - inside AND out!

You're right though - the time seems to keep going faster and faster.

Jenny 865-53oh9 said...

Holy cow...is that really Lamb?! What a beautiful little girl....and now she's a beautiful young lady. You done good, D.

D... said...

Thank ya'll! Yep, that is really Lamb taken the day before her 1st birthday. The doll she is holding so closely is now safely stored away along with her other favorite doll who is not featured in the pic.

This is probably the pic that will go in the yearbook her senior year. But, we won't think about that right now.

Kim said...

WOW! Where does the time go.

Jamie Dawn said...

Your little Lamb is growing up. My little sweet pea will be 20 this month and my other little monkey just turned 18!!!! Time does keep on slipping... into the future.

Summer vacation is almost here. The countdown has begun for you and your kids.

That photo is SOoooo adorable!!!

I stirred up a hornet's nest over at my blog with my recent Blog Church.

Have a good weekend.

Library Girl said...

Ohhhhh... I am all nostalgic. Today was Senior Sunday at church, and I got all teary thinking about those 18-year olds going off to bigger and better... and I really got teary thinking about their parents. At least you still have several years left with her!