Let me save you some!
When my kids were young I wanted to make scrapbooks for each of them. I started a scrapbook for their first year. For us that wasn’t their first year of life but their first year at home since my children are adopted. We had adopted our older two at the same time so I started two books at once. Before I could finish either of them we adopted our third child (two years later). I put the first two scrapbooks on hold and began the third child’s scrapbook. Before I could finish that scrapbook (two years later) we adopted our fourth child. I again abandoned the third child’s scrapbook to begin our fourth child’s scrapbook.
This is how life often plays out—we abandon our good intentions for the immediate demands in front of us usually adding on to our already full plate. Now that your child is in high school you have the usual demands of sports, appointments, homework and activities but you also are adding on driving lessons, SATs, college planning, and more. As time seems to speed up toward graduation this is a good time to commemorate the high school years.
The high school senior portrait album is the perfect solution to preserving memories of who your child is at this stage of life. The best part is you don’t have to do the work and you don’t have to worry about another project left undone. You will have a timeless portrait album to hold on to when your child leaves for college. I would be honored to save you time and energy and present you with a gorgeous, timeless album to treasure for a lifetime.
You are not alone!
Where did the time go?
Everyday we get caught up in the things we need to do, the things we want to do, the things we are doing and before you know it years have flown by!
Remember the first day of kindergarten? Doesn't seem that long ago does it? Yet you have a child on the verge of high school graduation! It may seem like there is even more to do as graduation approaches but don't let that stop you from carving out some special time with your senior.
A Mother's Heart
You pour your heart and soul into raising your children then one day they move on. This is what you've been preparing them for all along. The problem is that no one has been preparing you. It's normal to have mixed emotions about your child getting ready to leave the home. Give yourself permission to take time to adjust.