It seems like only yesterday that we were bringing her home from the hospital on the scariest drive of our life, which then turned into the longest night of our life. I was nervous and confident all at the same time as I let my intuition guide me in parenting her. She taught me so much…
I couldn’t wait for her to sit, crawl, walk, and talk. She did all of that before the end of the first year. After that, I wished she wasn’t doing all those things. She was growing up so fast.
Her speech gets clearer, her vocabulary grows. Those lovely locks are getting long but I don’t dare have them cut just yet. She’s curious, stubborn, imaginative, silly, and loving.
It’s amazing to watch her transform from baby face to little girl. It won’t be long before a teenager and then a young woman stares back at me.
Saturday 26th of January 2013
Love this! Makes me want to compare Sophia's pictures in a post. Your daughter is growing up and becoming a beautiful, little lady - that's for sure!
Wednesday 16th of January 2013
Isn't it just amazing? So many things we inadvertently teach them while we're trying to teach them the basics and all of a sudden they become their own little person. I stare at my daughters face and realize that I'm always going to see that little girl even when she is grown...but I don't think about that too much. I take in every second that I can now.