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August 17, 2012

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Happy first day of Kindergarten to your grand daughter, Dana! She is a beautiful(and tall!) girl and I know you and grand dad love her very much and are very proud of her! I will certainly look at your daughter's friend's facebook page -- the outfit she made for your little princess is so darling!

Happy Pink Saturday!

Hugs,

Pat

It's positively frightening how fast they grown! Get those cuddles while you can, before she thinks she's too grown up. Happy Pink Saturday!

My grandson...my first turned 10 yesterday. He is in 4th grade. The baby is in 1st grade. Too fast, but then, I think I am still 38 (at times!!).

sharing this walk down memory lane with you Dana has been so special! xoxox

How sweet! This made me tear up a little :)

HaPpY pInK sAtUrDaY!
Mrs. Sarah Coller

Good morning Dana, My friend Bobbie is still sleeping YAY!!! so I have some time to visit. We are having a wonderful time reliving old memories and enjoying the moment. She goes home to CA on Monday. It is a three hour drive to the Atlanta airport but it is worth it. Bill is going with me. Thank goodness because that huge airport is intimidating.

Your post today is so darling Dana. I read the whole post and enjoyed the pics a few times. I didn't want to miss a thing. Every photo is so special but I have to say, the fairy wings were my fave. Her first kindergarten day outfit is the perfect thing to wear. You know I am partial to her beautiful red hair. It was so sweet to see her grow through the years. It is true about the time and how fast those years passed by. When I look at my grands and they are all teens now, it is mind blowing. So we have to 'seize the day' everyday and treasure every moment we are with them.

Books were always important with my children growing up and they carried the tradition to their children. I agree that books are MUCH better than TV.

Happy days to you my dear friend,
Love, Jeanne

Oh my this post tugged at my heart strings. Something about the beginning and end of school always seems to choke me up and cause me to take inventory of what has come and gone. I most adore the fact that you are such a protective Grandmother. Yes, I noticed. Much love to you and your family. May God bless you with another wonderful year!

The time does fly by fast! And you are indeed lucky to have your family near by. I hate that I miss those kinds of days with my grandgirls with them living so far away...Enjoy yours!

Linnea

so so sweet. I am in love with her "annie" hair. Gorgeous.
they do grow up oh.............so............Fast!
My oldest grandchild will be in the 11th grade this year.
HOW DID THAT HAPPEN.
Circle of life...and around it goes.

I have been feeling the same way about my son. He started kindergarten this year as well. Time passes fast and sometimes I blink and I feel like I miss something amazing. Our children and grandchildren are our gift. Happy pink!

Happy Pink Saturday, Dana. You know this post made me cry. I so loved looking back at that sweet grandgirl growing into a kindergarten queen. She is a treasure. Your family has so many great blessings, and I know you feel proud. I would, too.

We have the Frosty Golden Book, which was our son's. I can't even begin to guess how many times we read that to our grandson. Frosty was his favorite for years. We watched the video over and over and over and over.

Oh my - she has grown so fast and she looks like a model! I remember seeing most of her ages as she grew up and it does fly by. (My grandson just started kinder last year and somehow this year he is a senior in high school!) I know you have and will cherish each and every year with her and all the things she will do and be. Her outfit is darling and oh my gosh that red hair is gorgeous. I still maintain she should play piano - her hands are perfect for it! Good luck and God bless your adorable grandgirl through all her school years.
xoxo Nancy

Scary how fast time goes by. Just took my "baby" back to Michigan for his senior year. Doesn't seem like it was all that long ago that we camped there with our young boys. So glad she enjoys reading. That's one of the best gifts we can give our kids. Wishing her a wonderful kindergarten year! ~Roberta

I agree with most comments here, yes kids do grow too fast, little we know that they are already in college, working or already have families. I'm glad you are making an effort to track some of the milestones of your grand daughter. In the future, if she sees it she would be delighted to know that she has a grand mother who loves her dearly and proud of her. :)

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