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♥ Journey through a Stage — 7 Comments

  1. What a beautiful post!! They grow so fast, and so differently (I’m finding). I have four girls and my challenges will be a little different, but no less perplexing.

  2. I remember when my only son turned twelve. Turned away from me. Toward his dad.

    I remember the hurt. Felt like I was no longer needed. Not as important.

    He came back around. Married now. Told me just a few months ago,

    “Mom, You’re the second most important woman in my life.”

    Hmmm. Second place. In this case, not such a bad place to be.

    Hang in there.

    Enjoyed your post.

  3. THANK YOU for sharing your wisdom. Being one of three sisters I have no idea how to raise boys.

    I’ve got eight years to go before my little man turns 10, so I am going to treasure these snuggle stages!!

  4. wow that is quite a stage. It’s funny how it can take us a will to recognize the stages. Of course, you’ve got years in between that particular stage. Still it must be hard no matter what to see your sons pull away.

    i really love your blog and your photos. They are gorgeous.

  5. I love coming to see all of your new photos. I also like reading about your family since I have all boys too! Being that yours are older I can sort of read and see what I have to look forward to. Thanks! 🙂

    Oh, and I love the new photo! I am always looking for new ways to pose the boys. Do you take all of your own photos?

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