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We attended our first open house to evaluate kindergarten this morning. I cannot believe my little man will be starting school next year. It's been said a million times, but those years fly by so fast.

When my little guy was born, I was a huge stress ball. I suffered from PPD, was scared to cut his fingernails, carry him anywhere alone or leave him behind. It's amazing not only how much a little person grows in their first years, but also how much a mother learns in those early days, weeks and months. You learn to trust yourself, to trust your intuition, to stand behind your beliefs and that nothing is more important than your little person and your little family.

It really is amazing that something so little can change life so much. In a good way.

Walker

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  1. Look at his little sweater vest! I think you are raising my future child :)

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  2. What a cutie...and yes they grow up so fast if you just blink it seems like you miss something major..Enjoy them while there are young because before you know it they will be bringing a baby home to Grandma....

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  3. Such a sweet baby to a handsome little man. I know when it was time to visit schools it was a hard decision for me. Prayer worked wonders for me and I have never looked back.

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  4. Quack! Quack!
    I love the pic with him in his lil' yellow shoes!!
    Awwwwwww!!! How cute :)

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  5. Oh he is just so adorable... I can't believe how fast they grow, before I know it we'll be doing the same thing!! My girl turned 3 this year, eeekkk!

    :)

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  6. Your son is soooo cute. It is amazing how quickly the years go by. My son is in first grade this year, and I just can't believe it.

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  7. hi,
    Similar interests, mutual respect and strong attachment with each other are what friends share between each other. These are just the general traits of a friendship.
    To experience what is friendship, one must have true friends, who are indeed rare treasure.

    I have added you to my blogroll, hope you can do the same thing for me so that we can have constant communication.

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