Sunday, August 15, 2010

little turkey

christian moved out today.
packed his backpack.
with plenty of socks mind you.
because i was a mean mom.
his exact words
"i need to leave!"
"im outta here!"
even though it stung and hurt a little bit
i watched quietly as he packed
asked where he was going.
didnt need to ask why,
he made it clear that i was a mean mom.
he said he was going to live at jacks house now.
i said ok.
and watched him get on his bike
and ride to jacks house.
i walked behind him so he couldnt see that
i was following him,
and texting jacks mom megan
letting her now that christian was movin in!
about 45 minutes later
jacks mom and dad pull up
and christian jumps out of the car
and runs to me.
gives me the biggest hug and tells me he loves me.
i told him i loved him too soooooo much.
and he said he was sorry.
im so glad that i have such wonderful people
around us that my son wants to run away too :)
and that they will take time with him
and talk to him and love him,
so that he will jump out of their car
totally happy and content.

6 comments:

E diggity M to the I to the L to the Y said...

I remember doing that when I was little... but the only thing in my back pack was a box of cap'n crunch. I wish I lived close enough for Christain to run away to my house!

Pritchard Family - Megan said...

Reminds me of when I was a kid, my brother Jed used to get upset and try to run-a-way! Sad thing is my older brothers would egg it on and help him pack! : (

Jaime Stephens said...

haha Savannah is learning the your a mean mom part but luckily it hasn't clicked about the I really can leave part. He is a cute little Turkey...I loved seeing you the other day even if it was for 1 second!

Erin said...

you handled that very very well!! and so glad all is well and he realizes how lucky he is to have you for a mom!

Kim said...

aww...glad everything worked out. It's nice having such good friends! You are a great momma!!

heather said...

i ran away once. i just walked around the block and came home. i'm so nervous for if/when my kid(s) do that. i hope i take it as well as you did.