The dilemma

Every day my son surprises me with yet another way of how he is growing up. He is turning into an amazing young man, but it does make me sad that he is growing up so fast, added to that I remember, being in my teens wishing the years away, so I could become an adult and do stuff on my own.

Turns out being an adult isn’t that much fun, yeah I get to pick my own bedtimes and if I want I can have ice cream for breakfast, but those seem to be the main highlights.

One of the things I have often thought is kids now a days grow up too damn fast and I want my son to be a child for as long as possible, I dont want him worrying about shit that  can be avoided

However its complicated you  never want them to grow up, but also don’t want a child that is going to mooch off you forever, its a very thin line.

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8 Responses to The dilemma

  1. Crazy fast, isn’t it? I’m finding that they’ll become young men no matter we do to shield, protect, or avoid. It is sad, i totally agree. I miss my little ones so badly. But, it’s also pretty cool watching them become who they’ll be. 😊

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  2. jennymarie4 says:

    I know what you mean. The time just goes by much too fast! I can’t believe my girls are both living on their own and independent young women. Wish I could go back 20 years!!

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