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I’d like to go back in time and watch them growing up again. I’ve got great memories of my two as babies and a lot of regrets about the important times that I missed. Enjoy every moment you can get. Like you say it goes so fast
 

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It does go fast... try to live in the present and cherish every moment.
That's what I do, we spend as much time as possible with her each day and one thing that's different in my time now than when I was growing up is that we can take pictures and videos, soooo many pictures and videos and a way to record all these memories so we can go back and look and watch her transformation.

Everybody likes to joke that she's growing so fast to get out of the way for a sibling ...hah....yeah not yet LOL.
 

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That's what I do, we spend as much time as possible with her each day and one thing that's different in my time now than when I was growing up is that we can take pictures and videos, soooo many pictures and videos and a way to record all these memories so we can go back and look and watch her transformation.

Everybody likes to joke that she's growing so fast to get out of the way for a sibling ...hah....yeah not yet LOL.
Not to say that you weren’t living in the present... when my son turned 3-4 it was a wake up call to how fast time moves when kids are involved.
 

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Wait till she finds the car keys...

It's only gonna go quicker from here. Just is..

Enjoy as much of it as you can.
 

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My daughter was that age yesterday.

Today she's 16 and has an attitude problem.

Wonder who she got that from? :hmm:
LOL I sure hope she's not like I was when I was a teen. She's an extremely happy loving little doll right now, always smiling and laughing, I hope she keeps that up
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I feel your pain!

Our oldest son is going to be 7 in June, and our youngest son is about to turn 2 in a few weeks!

My wife and I were looking at baby pictures of the both of them (most of which are still on our phones), and we both almost started crying lol

It really felt like time flew by with our oldest, bc he's always been big for his age. No joke. My wife took pics of him on his first day of pre-school-1st grade, and he's the same size in every pic. Like 4'7". Lol
 

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Not to say that you weren’t living in the present... when my son turned 3-4 it was a wake up call to how fast time moves when kids are involved.
for me it started a few months in when I was realizing all of her clothes weren't fitting anymore and I'm putting them up for the ''next'' one, realizing she'll never be that little again. And pictures of her in her swing when I brought her home and then her in her swing now

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I feel your pain!

Our oldest son is going to be 7 in June, and our youngest son is about to turn 2 in a few weeks!

My wife and I were looking at baby pictures of the both of them (most of which are still on our phones), and we both almost started crying lol

It really felt like time flew by with our oldest, bc he's always been big for his age. No joke. My wife took pics of him on his first day of pre-school-1st grade, and he's the same size in every pic. Like 4'7". Lol
I know the feeling!
 


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