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  • SandyRN
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    July,

    It's amazing how much she's matured in the 3 years of middle school! Emotionally, physically, intellectually....she's not just a little girl anymore, she's a young woman.....My youngest just finished 6th grade, so I'm going to go through the middle school years with him now. It's so much fun, and hard work, to watch them grow!

    Thanks for the replies everyone. I'm so proud of my kids!

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  • July
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    I worked at a junior high this year, and it was amazing to see how the kids have grown in so many ways from the beginning of the year.

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  • mary124
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    Yep-- they grow up so fast its not even funny-- My youngest graduated last year, so i know how you feel. So happy for the both of you. Before you know it, she will graduate from H.S. ....

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  • SandyRN
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    I'm so glad so many of you know how I feel. I felt like a mushy mom there for a while...and I guess that's what I am!

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  • RAS6
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    Congrats

    I am so proud of her :woohoo: and happy for you. Poor thing, I forgot what a rough year this has been for her.
    And, yes I do understand a little how you felt today.
    Last year was Brianna's Kindergarten graduation and it was so special. Plus it hit my husband and I that she will be graduating from highschool before we knew it! (I know , it's a long way off, but Kindergarten seemed along way off not too long ago!)
    Thanks for sharing your happy day and congrats to her again!

    Oh, and you deserve to be proud of the great kids you have raised Sandy! You are such a great Mom! You have taught me alot about being a good Mom even though I am sick and I appreciate that!

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  • tigger_gal
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    sorry it was rough for you, but I know you took pride and didn't bat at an eye at your pain. I know how proud you are of your daughter. She did well, congrats mom.

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  • Trishann
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    Sandy that is wonderful. I would be proud too.

    Take care, Trishann

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  • ICNDonna
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    Congratulations on being an outstanding parent!

    Donna

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  • dancemomof2
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    I Know Sandy, I have one headed to High school also, and one headed to middle school. Time flies and I have no idea where it went. But I have one better. The year mine graduates, my other starts kindergarten.sniff sniff sniff.

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  • dg2901
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    Awesome! :woohoo:

    Diana

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  • SandyRN
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    Sniff...thanks girls!

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  • GriffsMommy
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    Sandy,
    That's great that your daughter graduated with such a high GPA! Espically after what she went through this year! My oldest step son is graduating from high school next year and hubby just can't believe it. It sounds like you have three really great kids and you should be really proud of all of them.

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  • SharonA
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    Sandy...(((hugs))) I would be proud of her also if she were mine. She faced a lot of trials and came through like a champion. Much like her mother.

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  • SandyRN
    started a topic They grow so fast!

    They grow so fast!

    I just went to my daughter's middle school graduation ceremony. Of course I couldn't get the video camera to work, took camera shots of the wall and other people's kids, and was miserably uncomfortable in the bleechers....but, it was yet another time to reflect on my children and how blessed I've been.

    Many of you will remember all that my daughter went through this school year, the seizure, hitting her head, missing a lot of school, etc, but she managed to pull herself up by the bootstraps and graduate with a 3.7 GPA! I am just so proud of her. The principal made me cry because he said the next time we gather like this will be in 2011 for high school graduation. I just can't believe I'm going to have another one in high school.

    My youngest sat next to me, and my ex husband on the other side of me (Tom had to work and couldn't escape) and I just sat there and reflected on my life and what great children we've created. Even though we don't live together anymore, we sure did a good thing, 3 times. We're raising well mannered, smart, driven children who want to succeed and enjoy life.

    I won't go on any more, I just needed to write down how happy I am that things are turning out so well....for all of my children!

    :::sniff:::
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