Stephen took and passed the drivers permit test last week. 

This really makes me worry. 

Now we have two teenage drivers in the house
Yeah!!!! I said TWO!  

Did I tell you everytime Stephen gets into the car. . . He falls asleep.

 Yeah! He falls asleep . . .So now,  I really worry. . .

Playing alone with the Communal Global Blog

14 thoughts on “& I Worry. . .

  1. I was in my early 20s when I first took my new car and drove on my own and my dad still waited up for me past midnight… so yes, I could totally imagine how you would feel. I'd feel the same way when my kids start driving, too. πŸ™‚


  2. I am sure he is a great driver!! I remember the excitement my mom had when I was finally driving, not b/c I passed but that she didn't need to drive me everywhere! Tamar – from community global


  3. Boys and their guitars! My son plays, too. =)Thanks for the warning about teenage drivers. LOL I have 3 more years to go before my eldest starts driving. Whew! I have time to prepare myself, right? =D


  4. Hahaha! I'm sure he'll be fine. Getting your DL is such an exciting time! At least you'll have a few extra hands on deck for supermarket runs πŸ™‚


  5. LOL, I can understand your worries but there are is no stronger ammunition than a mother's prayers.He will probably be the greatest driver of all.


  6. I just told DH the other day (about our 4 year old), "Can you believe he'll be driving in 12 years?" Yes, I'm thinking ahead and -already- worrying!


  7. oh my. i'd worry too. crack me up about the fact that he falls asleep every time he gets in a car πŸ™‚ kinda funny. or maybe not.miss you – i hope Kathryn is better and we will get together s.o.o.n. i'm happy to come that way!xo ellie


  8. Yeah, I'd be worrying too. We never had kids. I once said if I had 'em I'd be so paranoid. I would toss the TV and computers, sensor the movies they go to, home school 'em. abd we would have one one car–the one husband drove to work.And I surely would not work outside the home.I bet kids reading this breathe a sign of relief that you are a piece of cake to me.The childen who read this probably will


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