My daughter is now a teenager. I’ve been saying that since Friday, when it became official. It’s a bit surreal to know that I’ve been raising a child for 13 years.

Watching her mature.

Seeing her continually develop new interests.

I feel honored to have such a clear view of her growing up right before my eyes. There are times where I miss when she was just a baby, but I’m equally as joyful to see how she continues to develop into her own person.

She mentioned at the last minute that she wanted a slumber party. Last week was already super busy with work and school, but we I was able to pull a few things together with the help of my fiance. Something cute and simple for 10 teen girls who had dance battles, played hide & seek until 1AM, and then settled down with a movie.

I always say that this is the last party that I’ll be throwing until she reaches “x age”, but it’s such a joy to see how she interacts with her friends — friends that she has known since a 3 years old. Plus, all of her friends think I’m super cool. LOL!

I’m feeling a bit nostalgic today so enjoy the grainy pictures above, and don’t forget to VOTE!

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  1. Daenel T.

    November 6, 2018 at 9:23 pm

    Happy birthday to her!! I miss throwing slumber parties. LOL At the last one I held for my youngest daughter, her friends were sleeping upside down on furniture, leaning against each other, sitting up in chairs, etc. It was hilarious. Enjoy it.

  2. Disa Chantel

    November 8, 2018 at 1:07 pm

    Ten. TEEN. girls. At a slumber party. Mom of the year award goes to you, lol. I’m sure it was worth it, though.
    Happy birthday to babygirl! She is truly your twin and growing into a beautiful young woman. ??

  3. Shannon

    November 25, 2018 at 5:26 pm

    A teenage slumber party… you’re brave lol I’m not sure if I would be able to host one of those. My daughter is only 10 right now and already giving me teen girl vibes so I can only imagine her as a teen + her teen friends. I’d lose it.

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