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Florida ‘Safe Haven’ Baby Graduates High School, Reunites With Firefighters Who Received Her 18 Years Ago

Eighteen years ago, when she was just one day old, a baby named Colleen was surrendered at a “Safe Haven” box in Clermont, Florida. Now, as she successfully graduates high school, Colleen is reuniting with the firefighters who were with her on that fateful day 18 years ago.

10 Hilarious Signs You’ve Turned Into Your Mom

Turning into your mom is something many of us dread when we’re younger, but inevitably, it happens to the best of us. One day you wake up and realize you’re starting to sound, act, and even think like your mother. It’s both amusing and terrifying. Here’s a humorous take on the undeniable signs you’ve turned into your mom.

10 Hilarious Signs You’ve Turned Into Your Mom

1. Using Mom Phrases

“Because I Said So”

You’ve caught yourself uttering those dreaded words: “Because I said so.” It’s the ultimate mom phrase that stops any argument dead in its tracks. You swore you’d never use it, but here you are, wielding it like a seasoned pro.

“Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees”

Another classic. When you were younger, you thought it was the most annoying thing to hear. Now, it’s part of your regular vocabulary, especially when discussing finances with your kids.

2. The Cleaning Frenzy

Cleaning Before the Cleaning Lady Comes

You used to laugh at how your mom would clean the house before the cleaning lady arrived. Now, you find yourself doing the same thing. After all, you can’t let her see the house like this!

Spring Cleaning

You’ve developed an obsession with spring cleaning. Every year, like clockwork, you embark on a thorough cleaning spree, tackling areas you didn’t even know existed.

3. Home Decor Obsession

Seasonal Decor

Just like mom, you now have boxes labeled “Fall Decorations,” “Christmas Decorations,” and “Easter Decorations.” Every season brings a new wave of thematic decor that transforms your home.

Throw Pillows Galore

Your couch is drowning in throw pillows. You change them with the seasons, and sometimes just because you found a cute new set on sale. No one’s actually allowed to use them, of course—they’re just for show.

4. Kitchen Shenanigans

Recipe Collector

You’ve become a collector of recipes, just like mom. Your kitchen is filled with cookbooks, handwritten recipe cards, and magazine clippings. You even have a special binder for your favorites.

Talking to Your Food

You’ve started talking to your food while cooking. Encouraging a roast to cook perfectly or lamenting the fact that the pie crust didn’t turn out right has become second nature.

5. Fashion Habits

Comfort Over Style

Remember how you used to cringe at your mom’s preference for “sensible shoes”? Now, comfort trumps style in your wardrobe choices. You’ve embraced practical fashion, and you’re not looking back.

The Power of the Mom Jeans

Mom jeans are back in style, and you’re here for it. Not only are they trendy, but they’re also incredibly comfortable. You rock them with confidence, just like mom used to.

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FaithIt staff contributed to this article.

12-Year-Old Girl Dies by Suicide After Being Relentlessly Bullied and Harassed at School

After facing relentless bullying and harassment over the past school year, 12-year-old Flora Martinez ended her life on May 7. Now, her parents are demanding change from schools and administrators after the bullying persisted, even once she was gone.

One Year After 26-Year-Old Wife Dies of Cancer, Husband Finds Redeeming Love After Loss With Young Widow

After his wife Maddy died of cancer at just 26 years old, Chandler David Smith was left grieving an unimaginable loss and navigating what it looked like to be a single dad. In his grief, he found new and beautiful love with a young widow and mother of three.

Florida ‘Safe Haven’ Baby Graduates High School, Reunites With Firefighters Who Received Her 18 Years Ago

Eighteen years ago, when she was just one day old, a baby named Colleen was surrendered at a “Safe Haven” box in Clermont, Florida. Now, as she successfully graduates high school, Colleen is reuniting with the firefighters who were with her on that fateful day 18 years ago.