It’s true: they actually do grow up

After I sent Keaton’s pictures in an email to my family, my sister-in-law wrote back to me:

“Wow. Handsome young man! Our first senior. I think I’ll always remember him sitting in my kitchen sink for a bath, mad that he couldn’t get a hold of the stream of water.
I keep thinking wow. This IS really happening. Can’t really imagine the college that looms ahead. I think they really do grow up and leave home eventually. (I mean that sadly not sarcastically.) It’s just hard to believe it when you’re in the thick of it all.”

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