Rosie-Belle going to school. How i feel.

As it comes up to September, i feel even more sad that by ‘baby’ girl is now growing up. She has recently just had her 4th birthday and it suddenly dawned on me… She’s not a baby anymore. This made me really sad but at the same time i was extremely excited for her to start this new journey. Even if im not ready yet! Rosie starts school this September and we are still in the process of sorting her school. We have been sorting with her father about school supplies and routines for her for when she starts.

Our daily routine will be changing very dramatically to suit around her and the school times. This makes me extremely nervous as i do not like change but it is something i really have to deal with. Something that i will work on a few weeks maybe 2 months before she starts so she is already accustom to that routine. Change does not happen very often i our household and we have just started getting and in routine with Miyah!

Rosie will start school and will hopefully be going to the same school as her auntie Gracie-Mai who are very close. This brings me some reassurance that she will know at least someone there and wont be ‘Alone’. I highly doubt she will be but all these worries and fears running around my head makes me so nervous for her. I really hope she doesn’t hate school as much as i did.

She is extremely excited about school. More excited about the part of her going to school with her best friend (Gracie-Mai) Every time we pick Gracie up from school she will get excited and tell me this is the school she is going too and she is going to have ‘sooooooo’ much fun. We have recently started teaching Rosie different things that can help her in school. For example where live and little other things. For example her ABC’s (Which we are still working on haha! shes so cute when she sings it) and her name. She has just written her name out by herself (Over a traced version from her nursery worker.)

The more i see Rosie blossom and grow the more i feel older and the more sad i get that she isn’t my baby. It seems that the past 4 years have just gone, i blinked and now shes giving me attitude and back talking. It is breaking my heart but i have such a big sense of pride and attentive that she is my child and i am so proud of her.

Thank you for reading,

Becca x

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Mademoiselle says:

    This is such a beautiful post-I’m happy for you. Thanks for posting!

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  2. Debbie says:

    Awww, reading things like this makes me so excited for when I will have my own children one day!

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  3. Amina says:

    I can totally relate to this! My oldest is starting school in september and it is totally snxiety provoking! They di definitely grow too quickly and there will be a lot of change for us too. I’m trying not to think about it too much tbh!

    Amina xx |

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    1. Mygirlsandme says:

      It does twinge the heartstrings doesn’t it. I hope they have a fab time and adjust well to school life x


  4. chelsea says:

    Aw what a sweet post – I’m not a mother, but I can’t imagine the certain obstacles you face as your child grows up! The first day of school and that weird time apart must be foreign and so strange. But, great that she’s growing up now and hopefully makes lots of friends at her school!

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  5. This is such a sweet post! You must be so excited for your daughter going to school and growing up, and her learning her ABC’s sounds so cute x


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