Dear Nika and Roxy,
As I sit down to write this letter, my heart is flooded with conflicting emotions. The air in my heart is thick with the anticipation of a new school year, and the excitement in your eyes is contagious. I can't help but smile at the thought of the adventures and knowledge awaiting you in the outside world. Yet, amidst the joy, there's a pang of sadness tugging at my heartstrings. Something not many people get, but I know you do.
The days spent homeschooling you both have been a magical chapter in our lives—a chapter that is coming to an end, but one that will forever remain etched in the deepest corners of my heart. As you embark on this new journey, my heart swells with pride, knowing the incredible individuals you are becoming. But, how I will miss our daily rituals, our shared laughter, and the simple joy of learning together, being together and it only being just us.
From the basics to algebra, from bedtime stories to movie nights, me taking you back in time from when I was a kid all the way to the today, we've experienced it all side by side. I will forever be thankful. The bond we've forged during these homeschooling years is a tapestry woven with love, patience, and shared dreams.
The walls of our home echoed with the sound of your laughter, the excitement of discovery, and the occasional frustration that we tackled together. Now, as you step into the wider world, my heart feels a mix of pride and a touch of melancholy.
The thought of not having you by my side every day is like bidding farewell to a piece of my own soul. The kitchen counter, once cluttered with little humans, noise and notebooks, will now feel strangely empty. The cozy sun spots where we delved into the world of stories and numbers will echo with a quietness that speaks volumes. The house will still be filled with love, but the rhythm of our daily life will play a different tune.
As I watch you prepare your backpacks and eagerly wait for the day, I want you to know that being your mother has been the most fulfilling role of my life. Even if I’ve done nothing, I know I’ve done more than what I ever dreamt of. The countless hours we spent exploring, questioning, and discovering together have not only shaped your minds but have enriched my own soul in ways words cannot capture. Not even just words, but no one will ever know and understand. You are my life.
Though our homeschooling days are ending, the memories we've created and the lessons we've learned will endure. The tapestry of our time together will remain vivid in the gallery of my heart, a testament to the extraordinary journey we shared. A life, a moment, given to us by God and nothing can ever take that away from us.
As you step into a new realm of friendships, knowledge, and experiences, know that my love will always be a steady anchor, guiding you through the flow of life.
So my girls, here's to new beginnings, my dearest daughters. May your school days be filled with joy, growth, and endless possibilities. And as you spread your wings, remember that home will always be a place where love knows no bounds, where memories linger, and where a mother's heart beats in harmony with yours.
I will always be here, listening to the sound of your beat. I know I am gonna miss you more than life itself, I hope and pray that you will never forget these years. I LOVE YOU SO MUCH.
Now let’s PAJAMA PARTY like it’s never been done before.
With all my love,