I Dont Wanna

I don’t want him to start school

I don’t think my heart is ready

I don’t want him to turn 5

Just give me one more year I’m begging

I dont want him to meet other kids

I dont want him to meet a new teacher

I dont think y’all are listening to me

Just point me towards the nearest preacher

I dont want him to make new friends

I dont want him to eat lunch from home

I dont want him to discover a whole new world

Soon he’ll be asking me to buy him a phone

I dont want him to meet a cute girl

I dont want him to start going on dates

I dont want him to go to his senior prom

Then he might wanna travel across states

I dont want him to fall in love

I dont want him to leave his room

I dont want to be his best man

Seriously….Can I put him back in the womb?

I dont want him to start school

I don’t think my heart is ready

I dont want him to turn 5

Just give me one more year I’m begging!

                                             -Daniel Taylor

6 month photo shoot

My son starts school in a few months and I’m clearly not ready for it. I dont think I’ll ever be ready for it. So many thoughts run through my mind all day and night. A lot of them are happy thoughts, but to be totally honest, some of them are scary, for me not him. And sometimes the thought of him going through troubled times in his life keeps me up at night…seriously! It’s just something that I really really really dont want him to experience.

 
Thank you if you’ve read this weeks blog. Please feel free to leave me some comments below and let me know if any of you have ever felt like me or are going through this situation with me. And please let me know what I can do to settle my nerves lol. See you guys next week!

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7 thoughts on “I Dont Wanna

  1. I love this entry. It is raw and honest. Watching your kids grow up in this world is a scary thing. Hold him tight while you can because one day they will be holding you.

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  2. Such clear and honest thoughts! As a parent you want to hold onto your child for as long as you can. But the truth of the matter is… that he must grow, learn, and experience much of what this world has to offer. For you must embrace that your task is to make sure that he is prepared. Simply because we (parents) won’t always be here and he must live on! As was suggested, hold on to him for as long as you can physically; but most important always in your heart! Give him the opportunity to grow and thrive so that he may one day share the same exact feelings and fears that you have for his child. It has been truthfully said, “When we love someone we must set them free”…and when you do his, love for you will only increase because you’ve taught him how to, and given him his wings to fly!!😍😍😍
    #grandma #wehavetoletgo
    #evenwhenwedontwanna

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