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03/22/2004

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Laura S

What a wonderful post! Brought tears to my eyes. I am so thankful everyday that I'm able to stay home with my children and enjoy them. I know that this time will pass much too quickly. Thank you for a glimpse of the "other end". It sounds like you're a lucky mother with an equally lucky son. Best wishes to your son as he begins this journey.

Amber

I just came across a poem about this reality of life: "It is not yours, O mother, to complain" by R.L. Stevenson. It is actually what inspired me to write my post. I know that this time, while challenging, is also fleeting, and it ts the most involved I will ever be allowed to be in his life. Your son sounds like a great man and I can tell you are very proud of him.

annie

A great post Sharon. Wow- this must be an incredibly bittersweet time for you. Proud and sad at the same time. I feel for you, but I admire your son so very much. Best wishes to him on his exciting journey. (And best wishes to his mom, as well :) )

Linda Wolf

Sharon (and Amber), thank you for the reality check. I am in the middle of that breif time of childhood and have had a few bad days lately. Tonight it will be a big hug and kiss at bedtime, if they will let me of course!! The 1 1/2 yo definitely will, the 4 yo probably will, the 6 yo is very iffy.

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