Tuesday, June 16, 2009

A lot has happened since I've been here...

My girl is done with school...let's just say for the time being.

Everyone always tells young parents...

"Boy, when they start school watch out, because they'll be gone before you know it!"

Well, it's true. Ali started college 3 years ago and she's done with college this December! Chelsea starts college in the fall, she'll be done before you know it. My kids are growing up way too fast, Hannah's a senior this year and Gavin starts High School! Chloe's in the 8th grade and Rickie starts 3rd grade! The funny thing is I'm not getting any older AT ALL! At least I don't feel any older. Back to Chelsea, she did a phenomenal job in High School her last cumulative grade point was a 4.16.

We'll be celebrating her graduation soon and I will post pictures...surprise guests will be coming!

Love you Chelsea and Congratulations sweetie!!






My girl at 8 years old!

8 comments:

dandelionia said...

yay for Chelsea!

Teri said...

Way to go!

Yes, I often wonder how all the kids keep growing up so fast while I am still in my 20's. Must be something in the water.

The Rule Maker said...

Wow! It is good to see you on here again. You have been missed.

You are so right...it goes too fast and we stay so young!

Rhonda said...

That's a great picture!! And, you know, I'm one of those parents who truly hopes and prays that it will go fast!! I'm so ready to be done with this teenagers and little kids thing!

Did I just get kicked out of Blogspot, which is, like, THE place for good parenting? lol

Minka said...

Of course you're not older with the youngest kid so young! Let alone if you had a new baby! Can you imagine Imagine how young THAT would make you?

Congrats to Chelsea!

Ronda's Rants said...

Happy Graduation! How wonderful for you all!

bettyl said...

Some days time goes too fast and some days it's way too slow.
Inside, I'm still too young to match that face in the mirror.
Congrats on all the goings on!

Erin Merryn said...

I still have a hard time with how old your kids are. They grow up so fast. I keep thinking they can't be that old 8th grade, going into high school, college, it seems like yesterday we came to visit when you lived in your new home not the one your in now. Then I look at the photos of that trip and realize I just finished 8th grade that was 2000 9 years ago. I have yet to meet Ricki, maybe I can get up to that area and speak.