We made a wish, and you came true.We made a wish, God gave us you.I blinked and in that second...my baby grew up into a beautiful little girl.November 18, 2003, four short years ago.A princess arrived and changed our lives forever.You are amazing, funny, intelligent, talented, kind, charming and strong.I see glimpses in you now, of the woman you will become, and it blows me away.I am honored to be your mother, I am blessed to be the one to guide you and teach you, although, I think I learn more ... Read More about In the blink of an eye
The Birthday Princess.Mom! It's Princesses and it's HUGE!!! Her reaction to each gift was priceless.Due to the rain, the pinata was inside. I cut the top off and tossed it into the air, the candy flew everywhere. These kids are better than any vacuum.The kids who would stand still long enough to take a picture.Taking that deep breath to blow out the candles.Monkey loved the cake.I have not yet removed the red eye, please forgive me. I am exhausted and in need of sleep and food.Here's what I ... Read More about Party Day. Part Two.
Invitations: Made and sent. Goody Bags: Filled, ready and waiting.Birthday cake: It's pink and purple and topped with a tiara. It fills all the birthday girl's requirements.Rain? Yep. Rain Rain Go AwayBecause today is party day!To Be Continued... ... Read More about Party Day. Part One
Follow the yellow brick road, follow the yellow brick road... follow, follow, follow, follow... follow the...Okay, not so much a yellow brick road as a trail of rainbow colored cereal winding it's way down my hallway, through the living room and back into the kitchen and then finally.. the pantry floor.Yes, my very own personal little munchkin apparently not wanting me to lose my way (he's considerate like that), very thoughtfully provided me with a trail to follow so that I could find him. Him ... Read More about Fun Story Friday
I love my child and her vivid imagination and wonderful mispronunciations! She’s been dealing with the aging of my Granny and the inevitability of death. While visiting she asked my Granny what all the saggy lines on her face were. Granny replied, “Wrinkles… I’m old honey, that’s what happens when you get old.” So last night I was sitting on the couch reading to Princess and she asked me why I kept yawning, I told her it was because I was old and tired. (Couldn’t have anything to do with ... Read More about But you don’t have sprinkles, mom.