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    by  • March 7, 2015 • * Safe for Work *, Parents • 0 Comments

    Dear Mom,

    You let me have connor over on tuesday when no one was home. I lied when I said we just ate waffles. I’m sure you probably understand that as you were once a teenager, but I feel a bit bad.

    I really like him mom. It hasnt been that long yet but it feels like an eternity to me which I need at this point in my life. The days seem to be rushing by at crazy speeds and I dont know what to do, but he calms me down and brings me back to reality. I feel very strongly I made the right decision with him, and I’m glad you do to.

    As I get older, you’re going to have to accept that I am becoming an adult and having similar thoughts as adults. By all means, this is not me begging you to let me spend more time alone with him, simply me saying this: I’m growing up. I’m learning about relationships, I’m learning about my future, and I’m changing day by day as a person. I’m sorry I am no longer that sweet innocent little girl. I’ve done other things that would make you mad too, but you’ve told me your wild stories from high school so again, I’m sure you get it.

    I love you, your daughter

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