In the blink of an eye, this little girl has grown up.
This little girl turned 18 over the weekend.
Here she is playing with one of her favorite presents--a kitchen with a whole set of dishes. And a phone. Notice how well attached the phone is to her ear. She's a quick learner. She can also make a great chocolate chip cheesecake, maybe that's what she's practicing in this picture.
Anyway, she came home last weekend--her first time home from college. True-to-form, she was too busy this weekend to take a current photo. (Remember her orange Rogue hoodie from last fall? I have yet to get a picture of her wearing it. I almost made her model it, but it was too hot of a day.)
She uttered some wonderful words this weekend. Really, music to my ears.
Talking about majors (she's currently a Chemistry Education Major), she was wondering how hard it would be to double major.
"What in?" I asked. Wait...could it be? "Is it math?"
She gets a sheepish look on her face. "I was thinking about it."
Statistically speaking (I couldn't resist), what a freshman is majoring in does not necessarily mean that's what she's going to graduate with, but at least there's hope.
And also, I'm still proud of that Chemistry Education idea. I mean, really. Who enjoys Chemistry at all, let alone enough to major in?
That math gene had totally passed DS#1. He picked a major based on avoiding any Calculus.
I was losing hope with DD#1. Then, out of the blue!
Music to my ears.