I can't believe I already have a graders.
First day of school I wanted to shout out how proud I am that I have already a graders. But then, I realised, my batch have been shouting they already have a college student! Well, I might be the one who is so late to become a mom or they are just too early in this phase.
In the other hand my little big girl , is so proud and so happy that she is already in grade 1 and this means she's already big. Watching her playing with her classmates, doing her homework and such is like a warm touch to my being as a mother. I can't help it but being thankful and proud!
All I ask for now is somehow I know how to handle this age :) I love her so much and proud of her! Keep going my dear Laikka ! There's still way to go :)
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