Second Star to the Right Free Printable
Posted by Julie Miller
I have two boys. They are so old now. I can't believe how quickly they've grown. 12 and 16 is far too old for this mama. When did this happen? When they were little, their imaginations soared. Just like Peter Pan and Wendy through the night sky. They were gleeful and giggly and silly and wonderful! Now that they are older they are just as imaginative. Far more creative and brilliant than I ever imagined they could be. The things their minds dream up are crazy amazing and wonderful and insane. They make this mama proud. It's amazing how it's hard to watch them grow up, but it's so wonderful to see the people they have become. They bring a joy to my heart that I will never be able to explain. I'm such a goof - I'm tearing up a bit thinking about it! My husband and I always joke that before kids we never lost our temper, yelled, worried or cried nearly as much as we do now. However, we also never laughed as hysterically, dreamed as big or imagined as much as since our boys joined our family. My mama hope and wish is that they never lose that creative and imaginative outlook on life. Enjoy, my sweet not-so-little boys. Know that this mama is right there behind you, cheering you on as you soar through the night - to the second start to the right and straight on 'til morning.
This little free printable is set up to print neatly on a regular 8 1/2" x 11" piece of letter size paper. The file is set to print at a very detailed 300 dpi (so it's nice and crisp) - but it makes it a bit of a big file, so download it & walk away to get a cup of tea while it finishes popping up on your computer. It is a PDF file, so you'll need a PDF reader (like adobe PDF) - they're available free online. Simply print, cut off 1/2" off the top & bottom and 1/4" off of each size. Voila - a great 8"x10" print for your kiddo's wall! Just click on the image above to download your PDF. If you have any troubles, give me a holler. ♥
Hi I'm Julie, and I love to share bits of joy.
Like creating special (and fun) family traditions, celebrating the small moments with big hugs and tiny tea parties, and how I’m embracing mama-hood with a smile...and maybe even a little extra time for myself.
I think that family holds so much magic, from babyhood to adulthood. So, it’s important to me that we celebrate all of it - in my own family here in Lompoc California, and in the LGP family all over the world.
I’ve made this blog into a little place where we can do all of those things together, with teacups and toadstools, tied up with a bow.