Back when we read bedtime stories

These days are long gone now. I didn’t know how quickly this time would pass.

I took it for granted that our boy would stay our boy a little longer.

Stupid me.

For Becky’s October Past Square.

13 thoughts on “Back when we read bedtime stories

  1. The look on your son’s face is so precious. Wonderful photo. I am working on the Poetry Challenge post for tomorrow. I wanted to ask if I could post your beautiful flower photo with your poem, since they are so linked together. I would provide you photo credit. : )
    Please let me know as soon as you can. I will post in 16-18 hours (4 pm Monday our time now, it’s late where you are…) Thanks, Rebecca

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  2. It sure goes by fast, doesn’t it? One of my guys occasionally asks me to lie with him before bed and “just talk”–which really means he wants to talk and I just listen. Usually a topic his twin has heard enough of–the latest obsession is speed cubing. The boys are going to their first cubing competition next month and can’t wait! I do miss those bedtime stories days, too, though!

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    1. It’s fantastic that they’re chatting to you about what’s important to them as they get older! It’s a gift. And such a pleasure as they grow and their interest change. You’re doing something right! 😁

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