Those beautiful, perfect, darling babies you adore? They do. Just accept it now young parents who are literally awe struck by every yawn, fart, sneeze, poopy diaper and sweet cuddly, perfect moment your perfect child shares with you while they are cute and cuddly and perfect.
It seems like it was yesterday that this golden, blonde child of mine was in preschool and brought her baby doll, Bonnie, for picture day. She and I together just yesterday recalled this moment and laughed as she described how she, as a 4 year old, took the time that morning to dress Bonnie in that perfect, pink dress because it was picture day. Oh my goodness! This golden, blonde baby girl of mine!
Broke my heart growing up, she did; and then she made me drive for nearly 12 hours to visit ASU for next few days where she will be going to school in the Fall as a Business Major, Dance Minor. Did I tell you that she created her own GoFundMe account to help pay the $$$$ for her college education?
She also has been working three jobs during her deferral year this year to save $$$$ for her college education.
She never had a graduation party to shamelessly solicit gifts and $$$ most high school grads do so feel free to gift her now at her GoFundMe account.
I’m still mad that she grew up even if she is incredibly smart, hard-working, bossy, talented, beautiful and the perfect 4th daughter any mother could ever ask and pray for.
::::wiping the emotional tears away::::
Time to tour the campus and the W.P. Carey School of Business.
A personal tour of the ASU Tempe campus?
Well, yeah. It’s who you know. This guy, her friend, Michael, is a pretty great tour guide.
Grateful Jodie has a couple friends here already to help her navigate starving student college life away from home because she is my baby girl. But I am still a little…perhaps a lot mad because that sweet, blonde preschooler who took her baby doll, Bonnie, to school broke my heart and grew up.
Bonnie is staying home with me!