Monday, February 10, 2014

Best friends.

I always wanted a sister when I was growing up. Three brothers are awesome, but that secret wish was always there.

Now that I'm all grown up, I love watching my girls play together. Check out Little Miss C.'s jump rope prowess!

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    1. Thanks, Danzel! Those two are definitely a couple of keepers. :)

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  2. Oh my gosh! Is that the little gem that was born in your garage a little more then a year ago? Precious indeed! Tell Miss C. that along with her jump rope prowess, she has great fashion sensibilities. Love the boots!

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    1. That's my little garage baby! I can hardly believe it myself that Little Miss C. is on her way to being a year and half old! And Miss C. is almost 7!! Time is just flying by much too quickly.

      I love Miss C.'s boots, too. They're bright pink! We keep rubber boots out on the back porch for each of the kids to wear when they're outside. Those boots have saved the kids' shoes from complete destruction - they play hard in the dirt and mud!

      xoxo

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  3. Oh My Goodness, Michelle! I can't believe the little one has gotten so big. It seems like she was just a baby and now--look at her. She is such a cutie. Time is really going by so fast.
    I was just thinking about you today. I hope everyone is doing great. Tell Miss C. that I really dig her boots. Take care. Hugs!

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    1. I know! She is growing up way too fast!! But I'm enjoying every minute of it. :) I hope you're doing well, Joyce. It's good to hear from you! xoxo

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  4. i LOVE this photo!!!!!!! fabulous! i always wanted a sister too. SO much! but now i got my blog sisters, so it's all good :)

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    1. Your compliment means so much to me, Melissa. Thank you!!!! :) It's so wonderful to have sister friends, isn't it? xoxo

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  5. There's truly nothing like a sis! (something Kitten is always reminding me of, she's never once been disappointed in Logan's gender. But she often tells me there's a little sis up in heaven waiting to join our family.)

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    1. Oh my goodness, that is the sweetest thing I've heard in a long time. I love children's sweet spirituality and simple faith. Maybe someday she'll be proven right? ;) xoxo

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