Parents at a nursery in Hawick say the Scottish Referendum vote has changed their children's futures.
Some parents felt proud of being part of Britain and want their children to grow up as British citizens.
Others were concerned about what powers Scotland would have in the future over things that will affect their children's lives.
Hot topics at the Mansfield Nursery gates were healthcare, house prices and education, in particular University tuition fees.
Here's what some parents told ITV Border.
19-year-old David Patterson has been campaigning with Yes Dumfries for two years now.
Despite expecting a rejection from Dumfries and Galloway, he told ITV Border how upset he was at the overall result.
Cumbria's Chamber of Commerce have released a statement detailing their reaction to today's news that it is a No vote from Scots against independence.
The chamber have voiced their relief at the outcome, and hopes for the future of business with its northern neighbours across the border.
"The voters of Scotland have spoken. Their historic decision to remain part of the UK will be a relief to many businesspeople and a disappointment to others.
"Uncertainty is always disruptive to business so this can't simply be the first in a series of referenda until one side or the other gets the result that it wants.
"That said, businesspeople all across the UK have long known that the referendum would be the start, rather than the end, of a process of change. Businesses will now expect Westminster and Holyrood to reach a devolution settlement that is clear, fair to both sides and swiftly executed.
"Any devolution deal for Scotland should trigger a new debate on local autonomy in England, giving local businesspeople more influence over how their taxes are spent and how business growth is supported. Local businesses deserve a say in how a new, less centralised UK is governed in the future.
"What we need to do now is to focus more than ever on how economic growth can be supported and further stimulated here in Cumbria."
Parents at Mansfield Nursery in Hawick are reflecting on the Scotland their children will grow up in after the no vote.
Healthcare, tuition fees and house prices featured in the conversation at the school gates this morning.
Scotland's decision to reject independence has been welcomed by politicians south of the border today.
The MP for South Lakes Tim Farron said that although he was "delighted that Scotland has said a firm no to separation", he hoped the calls for devolution would be echoed on a smaller scale in local communities in Cumbria.
“Westminster’s foundations have been shook by the debate and the ramifications have been felt here in Cumbria too.
"The next challenge is to make sure we devolve powers from Westminster down to communities like Windermere and throughout the South Lakes.”
Cumbria Police have identified a body that was found near Keswick as Glenn Hartill, 53, from Linthorde, Middlesbrough.
Police were called on 7 September 2014 after a body was found on a lakeside path at Brandlehow Park.
Mr Hartill's death is not being treated as suspicious.
A grey misty morning in the east and only slowly brightening up though some sunny intervals may reach some western areas later.
Best of the sunshine again in the Southwest. Maximum temperature 20 °C.