Saturday, 9 November 2013

Slow down … you move too fast ...

I'm pretty sure Master 16 is on a mission to make me feel old.

After all … I'm sure it was only about 6 months ago that he started kindergarten … looking like this.


Then last night he insisted on attending his Year 10 School Formal … looking like this.


Did I fall into a coma or something and miss the last 10 years?


It's good to know that some things never change.


He still loves his Mum.


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  1. I'm with you, I think I have been in a coma at times! Isn't he the cutest Kindergartner! just adorable and grown to a handsome young man, you haven't changed a bit! you are always fabulous! right I'm off to get a tissue, I'm an emotional 'they grow too quick' mess!! blinking hormones!! x x x

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  2. Well he must have grown up rather suddenly because you look exactly the same!

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    1. Aww thanks Connie … it's the sunglasses hiding all the crows feet.
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  3. what a handsome young fellow!. Hope he had a great time. I wish there was a way to slow it all down. send me a bottle from your fountain of youth please mrs. pretty sure charlies yr 10 pic will show me with a walking stick.........so was he home before dawn?? x

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    1. LOL … actually no he wasn't … but only because he went to a friend's for a sleepover … I think … I hope ;0)
      xx

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  4. eeeek you could just make me cry with this 1! x

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    1. Don't worry Jane … yours are still little cutie patooties for a while yet … just don't blink ;0)
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  5. I feel exactly the same, like life is speeding along with someone holding down the fast forward button! Amazing the transformation from cute kindergartener to handsome young man and I agree - you look young and fab in both pics!

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    1. Thanks Lou … I really wish I could hit the pause button for a while ;0)
      xx

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  6. He's a heartbreaker!
    I asked my 10 year old son if I could still cuddle him when he's 30; he said yes, which is good, but then said "but will you still be alive, Mum? You'd be 80." Err, not quite, you cheeky boy! Maths isn't his strong suit...
    They grow so fast but if they carry on loving their mums, it's OK! xxxxx

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    1. Ha … you can always depend on your kids for a little dose of harsh reality … and some bad maths ;0)
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  7. I love the last photo, and of course he still loves you, and he will forever because that is what our lads just have to do or there will be big trouble with the mummas!!

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    1. Absolutely … I forbid him to not love me ;0)
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