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The First and the Last

This is Sarah Kate on her last day of Mother's Day Out. We call it school.
Here she is last August on her first day of school.
Here is Emily on her last day of preschool.
Here she is on her first day of preschool.
My heart has been so heavy today. I have had a good day, but I am sad at the thought of Emily finishing preschool and SK finishing MDO.
They are growing up so fast. They have had such good school years this year and we have LOVED both their teachers.

Emily has her graduation in the morning. I will try not to make a fool out of myself with crying.

Comments

Rebekah said…
This makes me kind of sad. Tomorrow is Cilla's last day of school, too and I was just looking back. I wish they would stay little and home with us all day.
The Allens said…
Aaron starts MDO this fall and I'm having a hard time with that!
Kristy said…
I feel the same way. My oldest is finishing kindergarten :( so big!

Also- I am in LOVE with your roast recipe you posted. I make it all the time and had it tonight. SO AMAZING. Thank you for posting it! :)
The Ormons said…
sweet girls are growing too fast... wish we could get together soon. Reid has changed so much
Melissa said…
such a difference...Emily look so very grown up.

SK...in her last August picture looks JUST LIKE you.

you are going to have so many tearful moments as they grow...but at the same time you will be so anxious for what is next.

motherhood...your heart is outside your body!
Jennifer said…
Oh they have grown so much in these past few months! It just goes too fast in my opinion! They are beautiful!
Sara Campbell said…
Where will they go to school next year? Are you homeschooling?
Kim said…
My goodness they are growing up so fast!! Makes me sad too!
Alyssa said…
Awwww! They are growing so fast! I bawled like a baby the entire morning my son graduated preschool. By the time I even got to the church, I was a mess and it only got worse from there! Today was his last day of primary school and he moves to a different school for 2nd grade. It was sad knowing we won't be going back there.

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