Wednesday, August 10, 2011

My Son

As Summer has come to an end in this household, not all the way the weather is still hot here. Today marks the beginning of 8th grade for my son Dylan. 

This little guy is no longer a little guy anymore he is officially a teenager. 

I would love to say where has the time gone but we all know children grow up and are no longer your babies anymore. As i sit here with tears in my eyes thinking about where our life is going next. It breaks my heart that he is growing up so fast.......

I Hope You Know

© Rita Luna
To My Son,
I hope you know how much I love you so,
I might embarrass you from time to time
By giving lots of love and needless kisses,
But you need to know Mom loves you so,
Before you were born I didn't know
just how much I would love you so,
But when I looked into your eyes for the first time,
I felt my heart grow and grow,
A Mothers love is hard to explain,
Not everyone will feel the same,
Now that you are getting older I felt the need to tell you,
Just how much I love you so,
Time may pass day after day or year after year,
But the love I have for you grows
nearer and dearer to my heart each day and year,
To My Son I hope you know just how much I love you so.

Peace, Love & Happiness :)
Until We Meet Again 


Amber said...

So sweet Jamie! My daughter started 8th today too. I still remember the first tearful day of Kinder like it was yesterday. WAH!
xo, Amber

Pansy Cottage Girl said...

Total tear jerker post Jamie! Chad is starting 8th grade in 2 weeks, where did summer go?

Two Wild Roses Antiques said...

LOL... I finally stopped crying hours ago and reading your two posts here come the water works again. I can't believe Summer is over i should be rejoicing no more kid home all day Right? Can't wait to see you 2 at the Oaks :) There that just cheered me up ,lol . Hanging with the Oaks girls

Eugenia said...

No matter how old they get you will always be Mom...How great is that? Enjoy every minute.

Sue said...

Are you trying to make me tear up as well? There is a special bong between a mom and her baby boy. I have to admit, no matter how many tatt's they get, you still look at them as your baby boy!!

Take care, Sue

Lisa Loria said...

SO Sweet and TRUE Jamie! Whether they are newborns or in their 20's. A Mother's Love never fades.
HUGS to you and Dylan!