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Bittersweet

by Kmama on June 25, 2013 · 8 comments

in Parenting,Pour Your Heart Out

Bittersweet is…

The moment that your baby starts hitting milestones. You are excited for them, relieved that they are developing normally, but also a tiny bit sad because hitting milestones means that your baby is already growing up. They will never again be so tiny and helpless as they were before they hit that milestone.

Bittersweet is…

Your middle child, graduating from Pre-K and moving on to the next chapter of his life. It’s something to celebrate, but a little part of wishes that time would stop right now because you know that in an instant, he’ll be 18 years old and really moving on to another chapter.

Bittersweet is…

When your child realizes that his want to snuggle with you will be short-lived based on his age, but then tells you that it’s okay, because he will still love you even though he may not always show it. You are filled with pride that he is able to understand how it all works and also able to articulate it so well, but deep down, it hurts and you want to hang on to the here and now with all your might.

There has been a lot of developing and maturing in our house lately. As much as I want to hang on to my kids and never let go, I know that I have to do the exact opposite to help them learn and grow. It’s hard…but it’s also rewarding.

It’s bittersweet.

 

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1 Southern Angel June 25, 2013 at 3:35 pm

Oh man I have been through all of those. My youngest still comes out with sneak attack hugs and kisses at 13 so I am holding out hope he keeps that up till he is ohhh 60

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2 Jennifer June 25, 2013 at 5:06 pm

This is most definitely the bittersweet part of parenting.

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3 Amber June 26, 2013 at 12:53 am

Yes :(

I can barely believe my daughter is off to First Grade. And that my son is off to Sixth Grade. Middle School. I’m freaked.

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4 Shell June 26, 2013 at 8:24 pm

Your boys are all growing up! So sweet.

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5 Stefanie July 1, 2013 at 5:02 pm

They grow up way too fast!

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6 Emmy July 2, 2013 at 12:20 pm

Bittersweet indeed!! Tugged on my heart strings just reading this… they grow up too quickly

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7 Mary July 4, 2013 at 10:04 am

I used to call my middle son “Snuggle Bunny”. At 21, he still is. While he doesn’t come and sit next to me and snuggle on the couch, he’s a very huggy young man, and has never been embarrassed to tell me that he loves me!

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