18

I wrote a long post on my daughter who is turning 18 today but it disappeared into the tubes of the Interwebs.  She is still my baby but I am so proud of the woman she is turning into each day. I don’t see the little girl that I knew so well all that often now and yes, I miss her but she is turning into an amazing person and I love getting to know the grown up woman. When she was supposed to start kindergarten I kept her back a year. Being a November baby she was so little and still napping so she stayed an extra year in preschool. And she was a wee little thing, in the 3rd percentile and was sick a lot. It was a good idea to keep her back and now I am glad I did. I have my baby for an extra year. She graduates from high school this year and then she will go off and make a life for herself. Right now I can’t think about that. We are going out for dinner tonight. Indian food, her choice.  Since I do not like to bake I got her some of her favourite cupcakes for dessert.

Today is my day off and I was lazy this morning, sleeping in until 10:30. I was surprised that it was so late when I woke up but I must have needed it. Having my period wipes me out but having the Flu shot played a number on me this year as well. It was a delicious sleep and  felt good and rested today. Sometimes I get so tired I can barely form a thought. And I don’t realize how tired I was until I fall asleep and wake up.

This post has taken me all day to write. We have gone out for dinner and now we are home again. I am so full even though I only was able to eat half my dinner. It is time for my bath.

 

 

11 thoughts on “18

  1. Hello, Birdie, and thank you for all your wrote on my post today. I appreciate it more than you know. How amazing that your baby girl is eighteen. I just spent the evening with my baby girl and her baby and there is something so very incredible about sharing with your daughter on a woman-to-woman basis. A mother-to-mother connection. You have that to look forward to. You will be amazed all over again. Sleep well.

    • Happy Birthday to your daughter. So nice to hear that you’re happy with how she turned out. That’s a good feeling. Can she vote now?

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