She's really sweet and pretty! And even more: she looks SO happy... Eyes don't lie ;)))
Gorgeous!! It is so hard to look at them one day and say, where did my baby go!! So sad, yet wonderful!
She's beautiful! Just like her mama. ;) Enjoy each and every minute.
I'm right there with ya, sister!! I have a 17yr old daughter who will start college next year...isn't 41yrs old too YOUNG to be an empty nester???? Your daughter is lovely (as is her mom!)~Antoinette
Looks just like her mama!!!
Oh just like her Mom! The best thing about our babies growning up is when they are out on their own we don't have to discipline them and we get to sit back getting to know our adult children. It is a wonderful thing! I also remember when my oldest girls were 17 and it hit me that I could be a Grandparent in less than 10 years. Funny how that happens, they grow up and meet someone they want to spend the rest of their lives with then start having their own babies. By next July I'll have 5 Grandbabies!
Tresa,She's beautiful! I was also struck by the expression - it's so YOU! Nice photo - did you take it?
What a beautiful girl! Or should I say - young lady! SO pretty, and what a sweetie she looks to be :) You must be very proud :)Cheers!Kristen
She is a beautiful girl. The time flies doesn't it? I remember that age with my daughter. Now she has become a Mother herself with a beautiful daughter. I'm having a ball. You should be very proud.
She is beautiful! And I can certainly tell that she is your daughter - looks a lot like you. :) My daughter just turned 17 last week too. It is really hard to believe how quickly they grow and change.
Your Daughter is beautiful! I know just what you mean about where did the years go...mine left for college this past August before she turned 18 -- I was sooooo not ready, LOL. But I've been making more cards than ever and when I visit, she has them all over her dorm corkboard. :)
I'm right there with you. Hard to enjoy this 17y/o year, as she is so busy with senior activities. What happened to my little girl who loved playing in mud puddles and about to eat a slug that trip we took to Moclips WA when she was 2.Some days I just look at her and think, "What an amazing young lady she is." You look to have one as well!May the Lord keep us sane and keep our Daughters safe.God Bless,Lisa SturgillLisaRN499@aol.com
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