The Crazy Suburban Mom: My kids not going to college...

Monday, November 16, 2009

My kids not going to college...


I wrote My kid's not going to college for NJ Moms Blog.

promnightbw

I can't print it here, I promised. But I'd love it if you would check it out.

Man, totally love that kid.

8 Comments:

Lynette 11/16/09, 2:58 PM  

that rocks for sure
and that you are not pushing for him to do anything other than follow his own beat

@eloh 11/16/09, 5:05 PM  

If that's where I gotta go to see what's going on. . . well then...

@eloh 11/16/09, 5:11 PM  

You know, I knew about this... I remember telling you about my old neighbor... but my dense brain forgot to ask something much more important...

Does your son know about this...?

http://www.berea.edu/

always free...to keep the old skills alive

Maureen 11/16/09, 5:54 PM  

Tracey - Just wondering if you will be doing Retro Tues tonight????

The Crazy Suburban Mom 11/16/09, 6:04 PM  

Lynette - thank you :) hugs

eloh will check it out!

Maureen - will be doing it but probably early tomorrow morning because I already posted twice today. It seems excessive... lol

Maureen 11/16/09, 6:43 PM  

OK - just wanted to know if I should prepare something.

Don't worry about posting too much - it keeps your brain from rusting. hahahaha

Debbie 11/16/09, 7:53 PM  

I will check it out!

mama-face 11/17/09, 9:56 AM  

I just finished reading your post and it is very touching. The process of letting go and letting those who will always be your babies making their own decisions can be painful. Good for him for knowing his own way; as much as anyone can know...I still don't know what I want to be when I'm grown up and I am well past grown up. I agree with a commenter who said more choices for kids besides a BA or BS would be nice. I think creativity is stifled pretty much once they start kindergarten. We need more arts and such in the schools! And I am totally getting off track here.

It was a beautifully written post and I am so happy for you and the peace you've found and the manner in which you fully support your son.
Your relationship will be strong because of it.

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