Which brings me to the present…having a boy going through those beginning teenage
years and starting to pull away is sad and hard, I knew it was coming…
I just wasn’t prepared for this ‘new person’ at our house.
It makes me question my parenting and how I raised this person who grunts instead
of greets us with a cheerful, Good Morning. Or, answers every question with,
“I don’t know,” or “I don’t remember,” or “I don’t care!”
edge of his bed and chat, comes back to live with us!
without feeling like you’re nagging all the time!
living in their parents’ basement, no job, no motivation and they think…life is good!).
My wish is for him to simply be a good person, I think with that happiness comes naturally.
that all adds up!
her unconditional love and support for anything I wanted to try,
her choice to make our home a warm and inviting place for anyone,
the importance she places on relationships with friends and family
make her loved and admired by many.
many when I say, you are such a delight to have in our blogging community,
always supportive and inspiring in so many ways!
Pam, thank you so much for being here today and sharing your experiences as both a mother and a daughter! I am so glad for the gift of your friendship and wish you a happy Mother’s Day!
While you’re visiting Simple Details, don’t miss Pam’s amazing dining room ceiling!!
Happy weekend all!