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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.

16 comments

  1. How quickly our children grow up! Sarah looks so proud and very excited at her kindergarten graduation. I love the rainbow decoration! My 5 yr old granddaughter is also graduating kindergarten and is so anxious to begin 1st grade at the “big kids” school. She keeps examining the new school bag we got for her with all the new supplies inside. She has so much in common with Sarah as she too had her music recital last week where she played flute and soon her ballet class will have their production. There’s one difference, she has a “little” sister not a “big” sister like Sarah does. 🙂

  2. It’s surreal to see kids at this age for me. My kids are 2 & 6 months and I can’t even begin to think of how they will be at that age. Your pictures make me excited for the future. 🙂 Kindergarden may be over, but it seems lots of great memories and fun happened!

  3. I love how they made such a big deal out of graduation with a huge rainbow and bridge. Congratulations to her and good luck with the ballet showcase!

  4. That is a beautiful set up they had for her graduation. You’re going to be surprised how quickly the next graduation come. I thought it would take forever for my kids to grow up. You alwasys hear people to enjoy them when they’re little they grow up so fast. It’s true! I miss when they were little. So savor every precious moment with them.

  5. So cute! I love the rainbow behind the kids at the ceremony!

    My son just graduated Kindergarten too- and would you believe they didn’t have the kids in caps OR gowns or anything? Just black pants, maroon shirt. I keep meaning to blog about it and how I feel we were robbed of a milestone lol

    Looking forward to seeing you at The Big Toy Book’s Sweet Suite!

  6. What a beautiful graduation picture! I am a kindy teacher and it just amazes me the changes that happen during that first “real” year of school! Congrats to you and your “baby”! 🙂

  7. Oh do I miss those days! My youngest is 11 and going into the preteen drama. sigh. But have 4 grandchildren and two more coming soon. One will be living with us with my daughter being a new mama. We will get to see all of her “firsts” as grandparents. Sweet!

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