Am I still my parents' baby? My children, which are not children anymore, I have decided will always be my babies; therefore I came to the conclusion that I am probably still a baby in my mom and dad's eyes. Hmmmm................. Do they still worry about me the same way I worry about my children? Probably so! This has been a big milestone of letting go for me this past week. My daughter (age 20) decided that she would fly out of the Atlanta Airport to visit her brother in Lynchburg, Virginia. Now, for me the questions added up fast......... Who is taking you to the airport......... What if someone steals you and puts you on a flight to Zimbabwe.......... What if that pilot that fell asleep at the wheel is your pilot........... What in the world are you going to do about those missed classes at school? I had a million questions, she had an answer to each one. Then of course I had to ask her brother if the apartment was decent enough to "allow" a young lady to stay in it, reminding him and his roomies to pick up all the unmentionables and provide her with a clean place for her to sleep. All this goes by without a hitch and I know that really deep down that she probably should not have gone because she has organized a "Breakfast" dinner for the chaplains and sororities at Auburn University on Tuesday night and she really should have stayed home and worked on this!!! Well, here it is Tuesday~ The weekend went great for both "children", Whit just called to inform me that she knows that I am terribly worried about tonight (the dinner) but just like me she has everything well planned and under control. I smile, I laugh and think to myself, Thank God for my little babies and Thank God for a mama and daddy who did a great job raising me so that my job raising our babies would be so much easier. And yes, they did a GREAT job in showing me how to find a good husband and father for my children. I love you honey!