So happy to write for “Ravishly- Real feminism for real life” on what my plans are now that ALL my babies will be in school!
A stack of papers, color coded and stapled together are sitting on my kitchen counter. I have two-ish weeks to fill them out and turn them back in, but frankly if it takes me more than 24 hours, I’ll be shocked.
My baby is going to kindergarten.
He’s the youngest of our four boys and, for a while, I was dreading this monumental event.
No more babies at home? Everyone off and running, kind-of-sort-of living their own little lives?
The idea has taken some getting used to, but now that I’m at the filling out paper work stage, I can’t help but begin to imagine all the possibilities.
I’m not the only one who has realized that a new chapter is about to open up for me and our family. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard from friends, family, acquaintances, and even strangers, “Well, well. What are you going to do with yourself?”
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