Kindergarten Means “Garden of Children”

This is a post written by another blogger and it just captivated my heart so I wanted to share it!

As my little guy approaches entering into Kindergarten I am caught between excitement and sorrow. It’s tough to work through but I look back and see how fast those 5 years flew by and my heart aches, but I’m excited because he is moving onto the next stage, the next season and I know he will do great! The comparison of children to flowers in this article warms my heart and gives me peace in the crux of my mixed emotions.

I hope you enjoy it as much as I did and I look forward to sharing more on this topic! Gardening is on my heart a lot lately!!

-Whit

My garden is a new venture every year.  We bought an older home with an established flower garden in 2002.  When summer arrived I couldn’t wait to …

Kindergarten Means “Garden of Children”

4 thoughts on “Kindergarten Means “Garden of Children”

  1. […] means “garden of children” and how flowers are much like young children. Watching flowers grow, “they grow at different rates, have their own agenda, fight for the sun, take a backseat to other …  they are all unique in their own way. Flowers are definitely like young children and watching […]

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