Posts Tagged “growing up”

Four

By | July 2, 2013

It was your fourth birthday on Friday.  Every mother says the same on their child’s birthday but I’m shocked that four years have passed since you came into this world. You start proper school in September, and, despite you being one of the youngest in the school year, you’re so ready for it.  You love […]

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To My Daughter

By | June 28, 2012

Today you are three. Three whole years have passed since that hot, Sunday afternoon when you came into this world after putting mummy through an exhausting couple of days. Three years ago I couldn’t see past you being a baby.  Now you’re not even a toddler anymore but a little girl.  My gorgeous, bright, happy […]

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My baby’s getting big!

By | May 14, 2012

We had a visit from the local nursery last week to discuss things before C starts in September.  Everything went fine; C was her usual chatty self and  the teachers who visited were lovely (one has actually been there since time began and taught both myself and M!) C is really looking forward to starting […]

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Thirty

By | January 8, 2012

This post is a little late as C turned thirty months old in between Christmas and New Year but I just haven’t had chance to write it until now. I look back at my Ten and Twenty posts and can’t believe how fast the time has gone and how much she’s grown.  Ten months ago […]

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When will I grow up?

By | November 22, 2011

When do you become an adult?  Obviously in the eyes of the law it’s when you’re 18 but somedays I still feel like I’m 18 and I definitely don’t feel like an adult. I am a complete contradiction.  I did ‘adult things’ quite young – I moved out at 18, had a mortgage by 19 […]

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