Sunday Post #409 Birthday for my Oldest

February 23rd, 2020 Kimberly Sunday Post 45 Comments

23rd Feb
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I have a twenty-nine-year-old daughter. How is this possible? 🤣I am once again behind on writing reviews for books I have written. Most are for March, but it annoys me. Hopefully, I can catch up this week. Stay Caffeinated.

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45 Responses to “Sunday Post #409 Birthday for my Oldest”

  1. ShootingStarsMag

    Happy Birthday to your daughter! I turn 30 in May and it’s so strange to me. Like, how?? lol I’m not too behind on book reviews, but I’m behind on other posts – and just needing to schedule ahead in general.

    -Lauren

  2. RO

    Happy Happy Birthday to your daughter. Mine is 35, so I totally get how you’re feeling. Where in the world did the time go, right?(lol) Hugs, RO

  3. MarthaE

    My children are 33 and 32 and I started late. Now we enjoy watching the grands as they grow!
    I like the looks of some of the books you posted.
    I hope you have a good week this week and more Happy Reading!

  4. Lynn

    Happy birthday to your daughter! I like the cover of Manhattan Dragon, I hope you’ll enjoy it!

    Have a wonderful week!

  5. Jessica @ a GREAT read

    Happy Birthday to your daughter! Hopefully you can get caught up soon on the reviews. I know how stressful it can be to be behind on too many things.

    Nice new read too! That’s a new to me series but sounds like fun! Hope you enjoy it!

    Here’s my StS

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower 🙂

  6. Sophie

    Happy Birthday to your daughter Kimberley!!! They grow way too fats and each time, we are reminded of our age (that sucks lol). And I feel you as today I have two reveiws to write!!!

  7. A Voracious Reader

    Every year I wonder how it’s possible that my kiddos are a year older which means that I’M a year older. Wut? Where does the time go?! I have 4 reviews to write. One for this week so maybe I need to get on that. lol

  8. sjhigbee

    I know the feeling! My youngest is now in his thirties – but the kicker is getting my head around the fact that my grandson is now fifteen… when did THAT happen?? Have a great week, Kimberly:)

  9. Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms

    It’s so strange when our children become actual adults, isn’t it? My #3 turns 18 next month, and it just feels weird. He got his envelope for voting in March, so there’s that…
    Good luck writing your reviews. I’m far behind on mine, too, but I feel like enjoying the books I read and not ‘working’ on reviews these days 🙂
    Have a wonderful week ahead and happy reading.

  10. Olivia Roach

    I may not be a mother, but sometimes I realise how old my younger sister is, and then how old I AM, and then my two older sisters, and wonder when and how we all got so old 😛 It can be a shock. Happy birthday to her and I hope you manage to get all caught up on reviews ^.^

    Olivia Roach recently posted: The Very Hungry Bookworm #1
  11. Rachel

    Wow, I aspire to be you if you’re writing your reviews for March! I’m still trying to get through my February reads.

    I know how you feel! I’m a mom to a 30 and 28 yr old! I started really young and now my husband and I are empty nesters. We love our kids but we have the freedom to travel a lot more now. 🙂

  12. Greg

    Happy birthday to your daughter! Time flies huh? I love the look of the Huber books and I NEED The Sun Down Motel- can’t wait to read that.

    Hope your weekend is awesome!