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Thread: ISO pillows, valium, duct tape, and sanity. Please send ASAP

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    Super Member Furza Flyin's Avatar
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    Tomorrow my DD is taking her DMV test to aquire her learner's permit. I need the pillows and duct tape to wrap the car and her in. The valium and sanity for my DH and myself. SIGH My baby is growing up. :D

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    LMBO

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    Been there done that with 3 of them. Chill out it won't last long and agree with each other that "whatever happens in the car, stays in the car". It will make for great stories later.

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    I can help with 3 of those....all out of sanity!

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    ohhhh it only gets better the older they get! grin & bear it!

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    I totally understand! Went thru that a few years back myself. Twin boys will be 16 next year....may need to buy stock in Valium for that!

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    I am very proud of her. She is pretty responsible. Her last semester grades were 3.82! But she is my baby and I am going to miss her when she is all growed up. And I dont want her to get hurt.

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    You'll be just fine.
    It's hard to watch the kids grow up. I still find myself thinking I am a certain age and then remember that my kids are only two years younger than that!

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    Probably much harder on you and Dad than it is on her. Never easy to let them grow up. Chocolate may help the jitters. ?. LOL.

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    Hey FURZA,

    I feel Your pain. Joe is 16 1/2 and we have told him that He is not mature enough . Each time He has a little hissy fit I mention that He needs to rid himself from that behavior before We will ever let Him get behind the wheel.

    We def. will hold strong and firm on that. He would not be a very safe driver right now. He has experienced some awful things in his life but He still is so immature in so many ways.

    Most Kids Joe's age will do a lot better.

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