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Project 52- Week 3

January 18, 2013



I remember one day when Rett was 18 months or 2 and I was helping him walk down off our front step in front of our old house.  And I thought ‘someday soon he’s not going to need my finger anymore’.  And that day came very quickly.  Evie doesn’t even really need my help anymore.  I’m going to make Thad hold onto my finger until he’s 16 probably.  The point being, these precious moments where your children need you and let you help them and let you feel like the big important person in their lives, it is fast and fleeting.  One day you’re holding onto his finger, the next day he’s leaping off the step, running across the yard, climbing into the car and trying to buckle his own seat belt.  It is part of the beautiful mess that is childhood.

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  1. January 18, 2013 6:50 pm


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