|Reviewed by Andy Turner
|If only there was a way to make age 2 thru 7 last for 20 years! Such is life, can't believe my son has joined the dark side, yes, the police force. :)|
|Reviewed by Joyce Bell
|EVERY MOM CAN RELATE TO THIS...ITS HARD TO SAY GOODBYE, EVEN IF ITS IN THE SAME TOWN AND HE NEEDS A PLACE OF HIS OWN AND YOU KNEW IT WAS COMING...STILL. A WONDERFUL, TRUE TO LIFE SHARING. THANK YOU, LAURA. LOVE, BLESSINGS & FAITH TO YOU AND YOURS. JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS|
|Reviewed by Christine Tsen
|A beautiful, meaningful poem, Laura ~
It is difficult for me to even think of my sixteen year old leaving, just the thought...tears...but it is all part of the circle as John writes, and hopefully on certain holidays they come running back to the warmth of home.
|Reviewed by John Flanagan
|This is how it goes, Laura,
the magical circle of life with
all it losses, joys, pains and rewards.
|Reviewed by Vivian Dawson
|Give them roots...then
set them free to fly!!
~~I can see Your Heart~~
But, it only gets better!!!
|Reviewed by Mark Lichterman
|Laura, this is the way of life for all of us that are parents. I'm the father of four children, all grown now -- and, yes! -- the years flew by so quickly that I can hardly believe it. My eldest is now fifty-four. When he left home, my wife cried, when he returned, my wife cried.
Your friend, Mark
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Yes as parents we watch them grow then have to turn them lose, but I don't think they ever stop being our little girls and boys...but as Amber said, when the grand kids start arriving it makes there leaving home all worth while
|Reviewed by Christine Alwin
|I know this feeling exactly...beautiful sentiments~|
|Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
|Laura, This is absolutely beautiful! My son (33) now has two sons, my grandsons...Wait until your son has a son or daughter it only gets better...
Love peace and light,
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|This scenario is played out countless times and will continue to be played out until time immortal. You raise them with good values, hug them and turn them loose and hope and pray for the best. And you are correct, he will always be your little boy.|