Wednesday, February 23, 2011

I'm Wondering...


Who stole my baby boy and replaced him with this:


This...this...young man. This young man whom (who?) I will be bringing to take his driver's permit test tomorrow.


This young man who (whom?) will soon be driving. DRIVING! When just last week, I swear to you, he was still calling me "mama", wearing diapers, and sitting in a high chair.


And now, suddenly, he's going to be able to DRIVE? A car? With a real engine on real roads with other real drivers???


Lord help me. I'm not sure I have the intestinal fortitude to get through this.

Folks, this may be just the time buy stock in Depends. I think I'm gonna need 'em.

(PS...how do you teach a kid how to drive?!!?)


11 comments:

  1. It seems like it goes WAAAAAAY too quickly!

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  2. I'm fairly certain you let someone else teach them:) But, what do I know, I'm still a mother to toddlers. I'm sure I will blink and be posting this same thing.

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  3. It does go way to fast, and I'm sure it was just last week! Good luck with teaching. I remember my mom made my dad teach me!

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  4. a good looking young man you have there
    time flies
    thank goodness my 15 year old isnt interested yet

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  5. I take my son to the other side of town for his drivers ed class every morning so he's there at 6:30 am....... ad hopefully tonight while the little girl is at Awana's he and I will go driving......

    How many hours do they need by you? her in IL the kids need a permit for 9 months, 50 hours of practice (10 night time) and be 16 to get a license to drive on their own

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  6. My siblings and I all started out for the first 5 lessons just sitting in the driver's seat, learning where everything is. Next 5 lessons were practicing going from the brake to the gas, back to the brake (and a few "watch-out's!!" to keep it interesting). And practicing using the blinkers.

    When we finally got to actually turn the car ON and drive...we spent the first 10 lessons driving through a cemetery...low speeds, no other traffic, lots of "intersections". And of course, the lesson of --- drive like an idiot, and you'll end up here with everyone else you killed...

    I'm surprised we all passed our driver's tests and didn't just need therapy!!!

    Good luck!

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  7. Time does seem to fly in the lives of little ones.

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  8. first bit of advice, DON'T let him drink that Mountain Dew before he takes off....
    good luck.

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  9. the answer to your question is very carefully :) hope he doesn't give you any gray hairs durring his lessons! I have taught two girl's how to drive and ugh. Thank. God. I . Don't . Have . Kids! I barley survived teaching my sister and sister in law!!

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  10. WHY must they go and grow up? What a handsome young man though. (But seriously, I have met you, I don't think there's any way you could possible have a child that will soon be driving. Just sayin.) :)

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