I mean who stole my babies and replaced them with big kids?
Only because she's leaning toward the camera does DQ look taller than My Boy. In fact they are now the same height.
The very height that is 2 inches taller than their mom.
I'm thinking of giving K coffee for the rest of her life so I can remain taller than one child!
The kids hit another milestone too, one at each level of school, elementary, jr high, and second year high school.
That means big brother isn't walking little sister to my car anymore after school.
Which means the dreaded school pickup line.
In that line today I saw cops stopping stupid people doing stupid car pickup line stuff.
I saw people not holding kids' hands walking through the parking lot not around it.
I saw people getting out of their cars to let their kids in while parked in front of the sign that says "DON'T GET OUT OF YOUR CAR!"
It stresses me out.
As I got closer to picking up my baby I scanned the teachers on that dreadful pickup/car line yard duty.
DQ's first grade teacher, My Boy's 3rd and 5th grade instructors....
I got melancholy that they both are too old for K-6 and that little K is my last baby to go to the very school I attended Kindgergarten in.
I got that twingey feeling like I was going to cry.
Time is moving too fast.
I got a call from the high school that my Sophomore can take the practice SAT this year.
Because next year she will start applying to college.
*pulling the needle off a record sound*
That's where I met my now husband.
The father of the kids in that photo up there.
I hear my son is talking about girls.
And not tattling-on-his-sisters-type talking.
K is reading Junie B Jones books to herself and laughing just like her sister did just
I'm dying my hair like every four weeks now.
They're growing up.
And, I'm growing....grey.