I hear you. It is really hard to let go, but we all have to let them fly.
I'm just starting to have to let go a little. My oldest will be in full day school in a few weeks.
still have a death grip on college girlwhy?cause she is helping pull me up from the floor since my knees dont work anymore
Some days I am convinced that if we had know - really known - how much it would really hurt to be parents, there would never be a "replenishing the earth" . . . for anyone. Including men.
so, so true....Enjoying some blog hopping tonight....Hope you will stop by...I have some great giveaways on my holiday blog and a special post on Grammy Girlfriend. http://grammyababychangeseverything.blogspot.com/2010/07/winner-and-another-bunch-of-books.html
Oh, but they still do need us - it's just for bigger things like a shoulder to cry on, or money for car repairs, etc. I don't care as long as they come back home!Following you from Follow Friday. Can't wait to explore your blog!LakeMomwww.SurvivingMotherhoodwithHumor.comwww.GuidetoCollegeLife.com
Losing 2 sons I can only dream of them or look at their pictures,my memories are all I have left. Be thankful that they can come home,I wish I could have them for 1 more minuteI am now following you throughFollow Friday 40+!!Peggy Gormanhttp://pegsplay.blogspot.com/
I'm following you from "Pour Your Heart Out", and yep I know I'm a day late, but I've just found a couple of minutes to check out all of these great blogs and I can't help but think it's better late than never! I'm so happy I found your blog, and I look forward to more of your stories!Lucy's Humanhttp://lucyshuman.blogspot.com
stopping by from Friday Follow over Forty...love your blog I am your newest follower...and yes it is so hard to let go, so much harder than I ever thought it would be I have those friends who can't wait till there kids leave home but I wish mine would come back they could stay forever, I really miss having them aroundwanna see them check out my posthttp://www.livelaughlovewiththeponderingprincess.com/2010/07/follow-friday-40-and-over.html
Both of my children are now on their own and it is still hard to see them as adults and letting them just be. However, it warms my heart to know that I did the best I could with them and they are doing wonderfully.peace...Naila Moonhttp://onegreatbigmashuganaworld.blogspot.com/2010/07/what-do-they-have-in-common.html
I am reading a number of posts lately about Moms getting ready to send their children off to college and about them growing up. Although my daughter is only three and some days feel like an eternity, I am already so not looking forward to the day she leaves home. I can only imagine how hard it really is to let go.
You're right. I've had 2 fly the coop and still have 3 more at home. I wonder if it gets easier the more times you do it?
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