DGD's senior night

Old 10-22-2011, 05:34 AM
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Went to the high school football game last night for senior night. Our DGD is on the drill team. I know that it's going to be a new beginning for her as she gets closer to graduation, but it's sort of bittersweet for me. Doesn't seem that long ago that she was a toddler. Below is a picture of me, Lexi & my husband. Isn't she beautiful?!
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Old 10-22-2011, 05:37 AM
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If only we could keep them small!
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She is very beautiful. I love it when the grands are in sports. Keeps them busy.
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Old 10-22-2011, 05:40 AM
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I remember those days. Now all of my daughters are married and I have 5 DGSs. Hoping for a DGD. Life is still sweet after they grow up. There is more time to do things with your husband and for yourself. We baby sit 3 days a week and it is almost like having your own little kids again. She is a very pretty girl!!
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she's beautiful.
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Old 10-22-2011, 05:42 AM
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She is very beautiful. But as they get older your relationship does change, for the better. They become your friends as well as your child. The time I spend with my mother now is as priceless and when I was a child.
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Shes a beautiful girl.She looks alot like you
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Old 10-22-2011, 06:01 AM
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What a beautiful girl! The photo reminds me of my DDs when they were in high school drill team too. Now, POOF, they're college grads and married and I have 6 grandkids, one of whom, my DGD, is entering high school next year.
I'm sure your DGD loves the fact that you were there watching her!
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what a sweetheart....thy grow up so fast, my oldest DGD is already 11 yrs old...darn...
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It means so much when you are there to watch them. I teach at a smaller private school and watch "my kids" graduate every year (always tears!) and then watch them come back. Last night was Homecoming -got to see many of them, some with spouses and babies with them. It matters to them for you to be there- I can assure you! It's a favorite part of their school memories.
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