Children aren’t children for long. Tiny humans grow into little people with their own personalities and then into young adults with their own opinions and voice. My daughter is 17 years old and a senior in high school. I’ve watched her develop from a mini-me to a mature, independent young woman. Earlier in her education, I would have to continuously ask her about her homework deadlines, school projects, and follow-up to make sure they were completed on time. But, about two years ago, as a sophomore, she decided that it was time to buckle down and she didn’t need me to do that anymore. College was looming in her future, and her GPA was important to her. Her dad and I weren’t consulted about the classes that she needed to register for, and we did not need to know what type of homework or projects she had or when they were due. McKenzie had matured overnight into a young adult. I had my doubts, but she has managed to handle her classes and grades all by herself and maintain at least a 3.75 unweighted GPA with Honors and AP classes. She decided that she wants to go to UNC-Greensboro to study nursing and will start in the fall.
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