June 11

Wordless Wednesday.

Ok, I can not make it totally wordless.   What I want to know is why yesterday he was jumping around on the floor saying “look at me, mom, I’m a frog…ribbit, ribbit , ribbit” and now he is doing things like graduating and going to college.

Some strange kind of time warp.

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25 thoughts on “June 11”

  1. Congrats to you and D. It all goes by in the blink of an eye. I am loving the Trace Adkins song “You’re gonna miss this”

  2. I know Chic! I still miss that toddler chic who would say what do I do with this bite! One of my favorite memories of you playing was when daddy would lay on the floor and you would run around him to see if he could catch you. I think you were three at the time. I can still see your cute little face as you would giggle when he caught you then you would start all over again! Oh my goodness memories are flooding galore now…and to think I now have a grandson that has graduated.

    I’m proud of you. You did a good job!

    Love Mom

  3. Congratulations!! Feelings and joy and sorrow are completely normal as he progresses into a new stage of his life. Or atleast I’ve experienced a wide spectrum of emotions since my daughter graduated a couple of weeks ago.

    The most challenging part for me is figuring out how to be a mother of an adult? Ya’ know? I’ve got to learn a different style of mothering – I’m not sure how to handle all of these changes just yet? I’m not even sure where to start with all of these changes. I’m so confused!!!

  4. You and the Chics have alot to be proud of.
    (Is that puffed out chest of your Dad just pride? Or is it just too many cookies?)

  5. Congratulations to the Chip and to you also CC…I know how much work it is to get them through those last few years of homeschool! 🙂

    People probably tell you this all the time, but you really look like your dad! Or, as the natives say down here, “You and your daddy really favor!” 🙂

  6. Fantastic picture of your son and your dad!

    Congrats on a job well done all the way around.

    I can only tell you, dear one, that it gets better and better and better…just wait and see!

  7. I have been working on an album to give to Jarrod next week when he graduates from ITT tch. I look at a picture and cry,then look and cry. Ive seen lots of pics of you and Annie too. That is a great picture of your dad and Dean. I am proud of him and you.

  8. I just love this picture! The love and joy just radiates through those proud and happy eyes. I posted a link to A Father Prayer on my post for today that you should take a look at. It would be a great graduation gift from father to son.

    Just a thought.


  9. Congrats to all of you.
    He’ll do great and in 10 years or so he’ll be bringing you mini-boys to love on and spoil and watch grow up – after he finds the right girl anyway 😀

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