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Sunday, September 4, 2011

Step by Step

This was taken when our daughter was 13 months old trying to climb at my dad's steps upstairs. Sometimes I feel sad that our children are growing up so fast. Sooner or later they will be on their own and it's killing me to think about that scenario. I mean, I am happy that they are getting big but you know the feeling of being sad because your kids are growing up, I don't know, I am just so emotional hehehe.. I love my kids so much! Just a repost from a while back's post. 

Now this little girl is no longer  tiny but big enough to  cut my roses and give it to Mommy.  My little burrito also love to pick Hibiscus in the garden.
Oh the feeling of being a parent.  Anyway, here are some hibiscus to share for ABC Wednesday.

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parents have those fear really, i read some posts of the other bloggers who experienced the same

that is the normal cycle of life, you will learn to deal with it, when the situation happen

Joops said...

Yeah, you will experience the same when you become a parent too Amy!

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Mel Alarilla said...

Rylie is so cute even when she was a baby. I know how you feel. All parents feel that. You just have to prepare for the future when you and John will be by yourself as the kids lead their own lives. That's life, sigh. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

Nayana said...

they definitely grow fast...I have one and half year old and I feel like he is getting very mature now..understanding everything...

Tina said...

Lovely flowers :) and cute babe!

Modern Mom said...

They grow up so fast! Pretty roses.

My entry.

Denise said...

I can truly understand your feelings. My son is grown and married now and when I look at all his old baby photos, I always say gosh, they grow up so fast! More lovely photos, thank you.

Pat said...

They do grow fast. Enjoy them while childhood lasts.

Jo's This and That said...

Beautiful Rose! Thanks for sharing.Stop and see me !

Clavel said...

I can't wait to see my baby climb up on the stairs! hope you can visit my mym as well tnx!
clavs

Roger Owen Green said...

we were just talking this a.m. about our daughter when she was 9 months old crawling up the stairs, without our knowledge. scary, but she was fine.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

genny said...

so cute little one and nice shots of flowers. vsiting from MYM!:)
my entry here:
http://www.rytchoice.com/2011/09/05/mellow-yellow-monday-37-favorite-spot.html

Cheryl said...

Sweet shots of those first steps. THe hyacinth is gorgeous.

Meryl Jaffe, PhD said...

As a parent of young adults, I know exactly how you feel. But, rest assured, I have to tell you that I LOVE spending time with my 'adults' now. Different problems, different laughs but still wonderfully exciting and precious. ENJOY!

chubskulit said...

Thanks Meryl!

Kate said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. I confess I thought it was wonderful when my two kids grew up, but I feel nostalgic about my two grandkids! Wish they'd stay where they are now!!

RW said...

She look very adventurous.

Martha said...

Beautiful flowers, beautiful little girl. Savor the moments, all of them.

chubskulit said...
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chubskulit said...

Thanks everyone for your added thoughts.

nonizamboni said...

Lovely photos, all! And that bittersweet feeling about your children never quite leaves moms. You said it so well!

Jama said...

Lovely flowers!

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