A few weeks ago I got sick with a cold that is still around today…so it seems this cold has turned into one of those lingering sinus infections. So I will have to see if I can get a prescription called in for some antibiotics so that I’m feeling well enough for holiday festivities this week. My son only has 2 days of school this week and we’ll be preparing (for the eighth year in a row) to host Thanksgiving.
My youngest will be turning 4 at the end of next week! I just can’t believe I will no longer have a toddler. You don’t really call four-year old’s toddlers. They are pre-schoolers….and while I believe my ovaries jumped out of my body into oncoming traffic a few years ago, it still makes me a bit sad. The baby years of parenting for me are over. Gosh did I really just say that?
I guess if I ever feel the need to have another baby, I’ll just offer to watch my friend’s little ones and I’ll quickly remember the two years I had children attached to my body and the lack of sleep I had and will be happy to hand them back over. 😉
In two years I will have another kindergartner…in two years my life will once again change. I will have two-grade school children and with that, I might be looking at a career outside of blogging? I mean unless blogging somehow starts earning me at least 5 figures.
Anyway, as a parent how did you approach the years where babyhood was left behind and you embraced the school age years? I say this as I watch my three-year-old run naked through the family room to grab toys for his bath. At least babyhood doesn’t disappear overnight. It’s slowly taken away from us each passing day.
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