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22.5.14

Growing up

Posted by Jeanne

 

Today my daughter had a haircut. She's done this to me before, a couple of times, and I take it as a personal affront. She does this solely to traumatise her mother. This is true. I know it.

She is not allowed to grow up so quickly. It just is not right. Next thing I know she'll be 18 and heading off to University or getting married or something equally unimaginable.

Can somebody pass the chocolate? Please?

 

7 comments:

Sarah said...

That is a big pile of hair! Still looks beautiful! xo

Mel said...

Yes chocolate is necessary!!!
She is lovely :)

Jo said...

When they are grown up you can enjoy their company in a different way and it is just as good!

Ingi Mc said...

I can't convince my girl to go to the hairdresser! There was an 18 year old at work today planning her honeymoon - too young! Uni, I can cope with!

Ingi Mc said...

I can't convince my girl to go to the hairdresser! There was an 18 year old at work today planning her honeymoon - too young! Uni, I can cope with!

Ganeidaz Knot said...

Big kids are wonderful too. The conversations get deeper & the love grows bigger.

Richele said...

Jeanne, I will gladly wallow in chocolate with you...and champagne as well. Max is almost as tall as I am and he never.asked.my.permission.

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