Tuesday, December 13, 2011

last christmas.


{ source + where to buy = ripe shop}


{ source + where to buy = seaside road creations }


{ source + where to buy = eclu }


I have real issues about miss roo going to kindergarten. I seriously want to cry at the thought of it. I became a little emotional the other night when I went into her room to cover her up & give her a million kisses on her cheek while she slept.

There she was all peaceful in her pink room, snuggled up with her "bun-bun" , Christmas music softly playing on her princess radio,...and it hit me next year this time she will be in school.

So this season hubs and I will embrace her last Christmas before she is in school.

Even if that means allowing her to stay up way past 10 to play just a "few more minutes" with train set in front of the tree.


18 comments:

Alexa said...

Love the pink influences here! Gorgeous.

Jamie said...

Oh my... I can't imagine what I will feel like when we have to send our little one off to Kindergarden. We just made the decision this week that we are not sending her to the 3yr. old preschool program. We may send her when she is 4. Selfish? A little (wink).
Going to check out the ripe shop!

Mamasita said...

oh me oh my!!!!
the very thought of sending josie to kindergarten makes me feel like i could cry and quite possibly not stop for a long time!!!!! when do our babies grow up and how does it happen so fast!?
we will survive (or so i'm told!)
much love mama,
xoxo

Kelly said...

i'm glad you give her a few more minutes just to play.
they grow way too fast.
savor every single minute.

Katie @ minivan diva said...

It does go really fast once they are in school. Enjoy this time. ALthough it is tough watching them go to school, it is also a ton of fun to see them come into their own. Have a great day!

Jamie - Snow In December said...

I'm not sure where I got this idea, but I thought she was already in school! Enjoy the time with her while you can! :0) I know you are. :0)

And now I have the song stuck in my head. "Last Christmas, I gave you my heart. The very next day, you gave it away..." LOL

adriana said...

Thank you very much for including my necklace amongst these beautiful items!! :)

http://nostalgiclibrarian.blogspot.com

~Adriana
http://ripeshop.etsy.com

Andrea @ Strawberry Chic said...

They grow up WAY too fast! Good to hear you are enjoying your time together though!

Roselle said...

Thanks for featuring my ornies. Your blog is lovely! Enjoy your baby while you can...I have a Sophmore in high school and I get weepy sometimes just thinking about how quickly time went. I actually cried in the Barbie aisle the other day because that was where most of my Christmas shopping was done but not anymore. Have a great holiday with your loved ones!

DEBORAH said...

Then as they get older ....... you look forward to the day you can pick them up and have lattes!!! Love you!

ij said...

cute! i'm sure my sister is having the same feeling about her son who will be in school next fall. the get so big so fast!

17 Perth said...

I love the pink accents pictured here. I don't have kids yet, but I bet time just flies. This is such a sweet post. :)

Susan said...

Both of my girls' rooms are pink ~ wondering how long I can keep the 13 (going on 20) yo's that shade. Sigh.
Sending them off to school is the hardest.thing.ever
Hope you're feeling good girlie! xo

Erin Elizabeth said...

oooh I love that necklace! I'm definitely checking that out right now!

Raquel said...

Last Christmas was all about pink apparently! I love that shirt & necklace you got! Can they go Christmas shopping for me too?? ; )

Stephanie said...

Aww... So sweet. Soak it up girl!

Jess said...

absolutely. spend those extra minutes... they are FAR more valuable than anything else in the world!

Jenni Price illustration said...

I know, and I sure understand! I still miss my kids and it's hard to say goodbye at lunch time when I visit them at school!