Forever Young Playdate…

The other day I had a glimpse of the future…

No, I am not crazy! Well…not really. HA!

It was just one of those moments, when you look at your kids and you can see them in 5, 10 or 15 years.

We met up with some friends at the local school for a playdate, and as Chloe and her friend were sitting on the bleachers goofing around I had the glimpse. I could suddenly picture my daughter 10 years from now hanging out at High School just…like..this.

Best friends.

I will count myself lucky if this is any indication of the type of boy Chloe will one day date. He is the sweetest, kindest, and cutest boy you ever did meet! And he is always looking after Chloe, trying to make sure she is taken care of! He melts my heart every single time.

Of course the other siblings were in tow…

And Madeline wasn’t having it…

But these two were the stars of the show…

Chloe…in the words of my Mother and Rod Stewart, you will always be Forever Young.

Thanks for stopping by, and until next time…

Happy Sewing!

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Jess Abbott the Sewing Rabbit is the founder and creative director behind the me sew crazy blog, as well as, 5 & 10 Designs, GNO Events, and co-editor of STYLO. She resides in Virginia Beach with her husband and 3 children.
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  1. says

    Sweet post. It’s hard when you actually SEE your child growing up! I agree, he is a wonderful young boy. Mom starts making more sense as time goes on…. Ha

  2. says

    Oh my that is so cute! Yes I agree they both look like mini teenagers hanging out on the bleachers. Jude only has girls as friends, whenever I see them together it makes me laugh a little because they will do things or say things that are so “teenage”. I love it! I just hope they don’t actually grow up too fast.

  3. says

    What great shot of the kids on the bleachers. It does make you think of what life will have in store for them in the years to come. Probably makes you remember your childhood too :)

  4. says

    Aww…so sweet! That made me cry. My girlies are 19 months old already and time. needs. to. stop! Or at least slow down :) There was a day I looked at them and said “wow, you are not babies anymore, you are big girls.” I’m sure it doesn’t get easier as they get older. I’m going to be a mess when they go to school, LOL.

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