Today was such a long day, I'm sure a lot of you can relate! What do you do with your time when your kids are almost grown going through the teenage years? I find myself more and more lately finally getting to focus on me ,but cant help miss that stage they were in when they were little and would run up & give me hugs . Wow they actually wanted to hug me,,lol, but if any of you have teenagers you know all to well what I'm talking about. Teens are funny for some reason they dont dare like to be seen with there parents or much less show affection. Older I get I just realize more and more time goes by so fast. In our Journey of being mothers I'm learning not to take anything for granted & to cherish each and every stage my children are in. If I could give advice to young mothers it would be to love every minute of it and know that one day you'll look back wishing they were young again. So with being a 38 stay at home mom since my kids are almost grown I have to find & fill my days with new things to do to fill my time and that has been hard for me considering my teenagers dont need me as much and are getting older soon to be after Graduation going off to college. From your own personal experiences what are some of struggles,joys you have faced with raising teenagers? Thanks for listening!

Serena

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