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  • My babies aren't babies anymore.....

    5 posts, 4 voices, 708 views, started Apr 6, 2009

    Posted on Monday, April 6, 2009

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      Amethyst
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      All in the span of 10 days, my 11 almost 12-year-old twins have: shaved their legs for the first time, started wearing a ‘real’ bra, and one of my daughters started spotting today!  Where did the time go?? I actually started to cry when I realized that my babies aren’t babies anymore, they are their way to becoming young ladies. I am so proud of them, yet it is so sad to me at the same time.  Anyone else go through or are going through this?



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          Donna Smith wrote Jun 6, 2009
        • I have 13yr and 14yr daughters an am a single mom. Don’t ask me how I do it. Did almost go over the edge a few times.



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          Donna Smith wrote Jun 6, 2009
        • I miss my baby girls!



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          Anne Lyken-Garner wrote Jun 7, 2009
        • MY oldest girl is 11 and a half. She’s very sporty. No breasts, no periods yet. I’m sooooo happy. My niece is exactly the same age as her and she has big boobs and monthly periods.
          Sometimes boys start looking at girls just because they look older and have boobs. This is happening to my neice, and thirteen year old boys are starting to look.

          MY sister ( a single parent) is out of her mind.

          This is the time when girls need to spend a lot of time with their dads. They need to be fulfilled and ‘saturated’ with male attention so that the idea of boys is not as attractive as it would’ve otherwise seemed. I would like to put it off for as long as possible.



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