Sunday, March 15, 2015
Luckily the girl herself is not scary at all, even when she sneaks right up to the side of the bed in the middle of the night to whisper in your ear that she thought she heard a ghost. That only happens like 2 nights out of 3 so it isn't really a big deal.
For her birthday she was very specific. She wanted a blue cake with pink frosting, a basketball hoop, and a pink soccer ball. She also wanted to go bowling and to eat at Wendy's. She is just the kind of kid that knows what she wants.
Eventually she sighed and agreed to go to Little Big Burger. She perked up when she realized that she was going to get a whole hamburger to herself.
She wanted a basketball hoop because she wants to play basketball with her dad, Abi and uncles when we go back to Utah. She has a lot of friends and out on the playground they pretend to play Frozen almost every day. Daisy is always Elsa and Rosy is always Olaf. The other roles sometimes switch around. She loves to show her "girl power" by lifting heavy things and will complain when we are carrying in groceries if I try to give her something that is too light. She likes to play by herself. Lately she is making all kinds of things out of her new Legos and she surprises me with her creativity. When she grows up she wants to be a cheerleader. I asked her her favorite color and she said, "every color" but we all know that it is pink. I asked her what she liked to do and she said, "everything." She prefers to be mysterious like that.
She just gets cuter and more loveable every year.
Posted by Marci at 3:41 PM