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June 13, 2011


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Nadine Hill

Bless her! My daughter announced that too at the start of the school year. Apparently 'it's embarassing' to have your mum come to the classroom with you!!

Rosie Scribble

Yes, I get the impression I am cramping her style a little!

English Mum

Ah I feel your pain. When we first moved over here it was the worst thing ever watching them get on a bus while I stood and watched (and all those scenarios about them not getting to the school the other end and being lost forever in Cavan town were whirling through my head...). If we didn't worry we'd be crap parents, I reckon x


You'll always be the first person she'll run back to when there is a problem. Hope you're feeling proud that she's learning to be her own person. So grown-up, can't imagine it, but from what I've read above it will happen all too quickly.

Rosie Scribble

It's normal to worry, you're right. I just have to see her walk through that door for peace of mind. Must be even harder to watch them go off on a bus on their own. I've got that to come. Eek!

Rosie Scribble

Once they start becoming independent they do seem to grow up very quickly. But yes, I am incredibly proud she is learning to be her own person. When we argue I'm secretly pleased as well that she is developing her own mind. It's all positive really.


Aww bless you... I am dreading that moment when I will no longer be needed... But that's good news, she is confident enough to do it x


Ah yes, been there done that, especially the hiding behind a tree bit.

But you should be proud that you've raised a little girl who is confident and taking those first steps towards independence, and that's all down to you. x

Midlife Singlemum

It was sort of inevitable - once you can shop like that (re: your Silent Sunday yesterday) who needs to be taken into school? I hope you've bought a subscription to your tree for the season ;)

Rosie Scribble

Very true. I'd be worrying more if she was clingy and quiet. I feel better about it now. x

Rosie Scribble

Thank you notSupermum. I hadn't thought of it like that before. It is down to me that she has this level of confidence. You know, I think I've done a good job. Thanks for the reminder. x

Rosie Scribble

You're right. Anyone who can shop like that really knows their own mind and is very independent!!

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