Yeah! It'll be like that even when you are 90 and she's 60. And isn't that just the best??? xoxoxoxo
But you also know that you and the Missus gave her all the tools she needs to be a wonderful woman!
There's a great car commercial running on TV right now. A father talks to his 4 year-old daughter and tell her how to safely operate the car and navigate the road. She innocently says, "yes, daddy" to each admonishment. In the last cutaway, he hands the keys over, but his daughter is actually 18 years old! But she's still his little girl. It's perfect. Mrs. Wife gets all weepy when she sees it.
I doesn't matter how old they get, they will always still want use of your washing machine...
When my baby left home - a boy actually - I gave him a dozen stamped addressed envelopes so I heard regularly whilst he was at UNI.Just recently he realised I still had them and asked if I would give them to him. I did.
ah, yes, the little ones remain forever your little ones - no matter the age - just a few weeks ago i told two of my daughters here that i will be relocating soon to another part of the country and they both cried like four-year-olds, begging, "please don't go off and leave us!" - as if they were babies being abandoned by their mommie - however, they are both grown, have their own families and careers - but such a precious thing to have that kind of love forever - to be cherished forever - xxx
It's a dad, daughter thing. I suffer from it constantly with mine!
I'm really digging the entries lately. Especially the last two. You say it all even though you've said so little.
The leaving home thing! Don't even talk to me about it.. the tv adverts for life assurance and kodak film have had me in tears for years already!
Pon; I know! I'll be 50 next birthday, and Ma (85) still gives out to me if I don't wear a hat when the weather is cold! :¬)xxxhope; I do hope so! :¬)xxx
UB; That's it exactly! The Youngest (12) keeps reminding me that she's NOT a baby anymore! :¬)Kim; She's home this weekend. And yes, the laundry bag came home too! :¬)
Pat; And I bet he's still your baby! :¬)xxxGYPSYWOMAN; It is indeed both wonderful and a privilege! :¬)xxx
Madame DF; I'm sure he's just like me! :¬)xxxScott; Thanks pal. That's my mood right now! :¬)
Macy; Mrs. Map is the same! :¬)xxx
She will always be your baby because you have been a good father and you support her---Hey, my mother was the same as your Ma--I was always her boy
Clyde; Thanks pal! :¬)