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Moms of Grown Kids

Let's face it. From the minute we know a baby is coming until we're dead (sorry for being so blunt but it's true) we are moms. We love, worry about, nurture, worry about, advice, worry about our "kids." Even when they've grown to have kids of their own. 

One of the terrific upsides about having grown kids is that they become great sources of advise, support, motivation, and strength   for us.

Join with me and share your comments, thoughts, hopes, fears, and dreams.

 

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Comment by iveth on June 20, 2016 at 7:40am
I boy is a teenager and I don't know how to act!! http://fortheloveto.com/2016/06/life-with-a-teenager.html#more-2879
Comment by Anita Kulick on February 9, 2016 at 10:30pm
Melissa, please tell your mom to join the discussion! And I love that this is becoming a "multi-generational" blog with moms and kids all blogging together. Would be interesting to start a discussion about older kids living at home and hearing both sides of the story
Comment by Merissa Hatch on February 9, 2016 at 8:23pm

Thank you Anita Kulick. I think I might have her check out this website. I thought it would be a bunch of young moms, but she will be glad to know she isn't the only older mom who wants to (or is) blogging. 

Comment by TINA NELSON on February 6, 2016 at 8:44am

My "thoughts" about having older kids--it's so wonderful to see & hear how they're doing. I love to hear them talk.  I couldn't care less what they talk about--  I'm interested in everything they have to say-- whether it's about what they're doing, what new dish they tried, what book they're reading, where they're going, what their view is on a candidate.  It makes my day. 

Comment by Anita Kulick on February 6, 2016 at 6:30am

Great comment Merissa! First of all, you're independent and seen  different from lots of the so-called "adult" children your age - who in many cases are still living at home and borrowing money from mom and dad (if the can)  Plus you're pretty darn thoughtful. Bet you don't need any advice about how to be understanding and patient. Bet you're already doing just that.

Comment by Merissa Hatch on February 6, 2016 at 2:23am

Hi, I don't have any adult kids, but I am one, and I thought it would be nice to understand what my mom and dad are going through a little better. I moved on my own literally on my 18th birthday almost seven years ago and I want to be as understanding and patient with my parents as I can. I hope that is okay with you guys? 

Comment by Anita Kulick on October 13, 2015 at 7:43am

Totally agree with you both! Seems like the older my kids get the more our relationship changes. Just like Manjusha commented, her "little baby" is her strength and motivating force. And how about when we go to them!!! for advice and they have better answers than us!!!    

Comment by Jody Cowan on October 12, 2015 at 2:44pm

Hi, This is so true.  My youngest is 17 and I have four others, 35, 33, 24, 28.  It's so hard to believe they're that old.  It went so fast.Maybe we could follow each other on FB? Or Pinterest? What do think?

My blog is about recipes, crafts, addiction and my weight loss journey. I'm at Momndaughtersavings.com

Comment by Manjusha Pandey on September 21, 2015 at 2:18pm
I agree Anita .. Our world revolves around our kids from the time they are born until they are on their own..it's certainly a most demanding jobs of all, at the same time I feel it's equally rewarding with their unconditional love. It's them who make mothers feel so special and for me.. My little baby is my strength and the motivating force in my life.
 

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