The truth is don’t they just. All of a sudden my little girl is all grown up and out of the reliant stage, it’s all happened in a sort
of hazy whirlwind. She is only three years of age but she insists on doing absolutely everything for herself, this drives me insane because I want to help her, I love being the person she relies on.
You can read about my struggle to Motherhood in my book The Gift of Life Published by Pegasus Elliot Mackenzie Publishers
and available from Amazon or any good book store for £7.99 in paperback and e-book.
Since Isla started Nursery School last Septemberalready the pressures from her peers appear to be having a huge impact on the way she behaves, I have heard other parents reiterating the facts in the School playground, what worries me most is that we as Parent’s have no control of what their friends are saying to them. We don’t know what backgrounds other children
come from when our children start the school system.
The main problem is how early they start the education system. Children are already so young and the hours they are away from parents is far too long, I barely see my Daughter let alone if the Government increase the school hours as it has been reported in the past few weeks.
My husband and I scroll through photos recalling all of our memories and we cannot believe how fast the time has gone, one minute children are baby’s the next they are in full time school hours.
Children need to be Children for as long as possible and not forced to grow up too quickly, especially in this pressurized society we have all become accustomed.
I find myself saying this to new Mom's even though I find it excruciatingly annoying, but because it’s plain and simply true “Enjoy the baby stage, they grow up too quickly”.