last night my daughter went to her first school dance, i went in with her, and asked where her friends were,and they were about two feet beneath her, i was so confused, she is doing just what i did, growing up really fast, i mean physically, the girls her age, looked like babies, and she, well she looks like a 17 year old, i was perterfied all the way home, she had fun, but i am so worried about all this, how do i protect her, when she looks so grown up, yet her mind is still that of a childs. there i two other girls who are about the same as her, but she looked like ,well i can't imagine what she will look like at 14, first i thought this is not right, then she had fun, she danced with her friends, i feel so sad, like i am loseing my little girl already, to the world of being a teen. should i put it off, actually the school recommended that she go, they think i think, they think, we are too, close, and she needs to breck away from me, i feel like a deep saddness in my heart, did anyone else go through this?
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