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We’re starting to make decisions about our boys future and what schools they will go to next. This makes me feel too grown up, because most of the time I feel no age at all, never young or old, just me.

  • Rosa
    Posted at 15:08h, 21 September Reply

    X. I’m still deciding what I’m going to be when I grow up, I’m sure it will hit me one day.
    You will always be 16 to me though (except when you are being arkala and professional mum!)
    Love you

  • kristin
    Posted at 04:53h, 21 September Reply

    like the new look on the blog mama. and making big decisions can be so difficult. i so understand how you feel. your heart will lead the way. the only way.

  • erika
    Posted at 13:29h, 20 September Reply

    I sometimes wonder when I will feel like an adult. I don’t feel like a child, but I also don’t feel like I figured I would when I reached my mid-30s. It’s probably a good thing.

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