There are moments in everyday that standout, that tell a story. I can rarely capture them or savor them long enough. But this day, I managed to grab a little tighter to a few minutes.
She loves to laugh at her disobedience, we are working on that. We have been working on that, I am positive we will continue to work on that for years to come.
first birthday. The dolly used to sit atop a bookshelf and was packed away when we moved, she wasn't cherished so that is where she has stayed until today.
I don't got a bellybutton." She told me, "I like my dolly Mommy. She's my fave-rit."
She sleeps well in her new big-girl-bed, she is a big-girl, except she can't get up on the potty by herself yet.
I love how she asks for what she needs. Everyday, she will catch me sitting on my bed and ask, "Mommy can we talk now?" She climbs up on the bed and we talk. It's always important stuff, like how she eats marshmallows in nursery at church or how she doesn't like the picture that hangs over our bed or what she wants for her birthday on "May seb-inth" or how she "nweeds chapstick for her wips."
I don't ever want to take her for granted, not one minute of one day. Thank you Lord for long days dealing with her disobedience, I want each day to last a little longer and go a little slower.