Kids grow up SOOO fast!!

United States
November 7, 2007 6:55am CST
I am the mother of three little girls! This morning my oldest (whom is 6, soon to be 7) tells me that she no longer needs my help on something I was trying to help her with! I was COMPLETELY crushed! Do you experience the same thing? Does it get easier feeling REJECTION from each child? She's my first born and I never thought I would see the day that she didnt need me..or think she did anyways.
4 responses
@suehan1 (4355)
• Australia
7 Nov 07
don't worry your daughter will always need you.i think its kind of cute that they think they are so independant at that age.my daughter is now 17 and it was only yesturday that she was 6 (to me )she was miss indepence all the way,and she always thought she knew it all, but she still needs her mother.so don't be crushed,just enjoy they grow up far to quickly
@ayou82 (3460)
• Philippines
7 Nov 07
Well Now you see that your kids are learning. And it shows that youre a good mother coz thats an amazing changes on our kids they learn something from us ..The things we do everyday they are trying to adapt more. Dont think your kids aint gonna need you.. as a mother just be there for them coz they need you always with your care and teachings they are expecting you to be there for them.
@julianarw (1524)
• Netherlands
7 Nov 07
I feel my son also grow so fast ^_^ He become 15 months tomorrow. And i still feel that he just born yesterday :) He start begin walk around our living room, i like to see that. Yes, me and my husband also feel that our son grow too fast. In around 2,5 years, he will go to school and then he will have some friends :) Let's enjoy our time become mother....
@cher913 (25890)
• Canada
7 Nov 07
oh don't worry, she will always 'need' you! there are times that my 14 year old needs me to do things for her and my 10 year old (both daughters) still need their mom (heck, there are times that i, age 46, need MY mom!) i wouldnt let it bug you too much...its just her way of trying to become a little more independant.