How can I sqeeze into one post how special this little girl is to us? I want to tell you about every little thing she does, how incredibly smart she is, how huge her heart is. When she turned one, I couldn’t stop crying. When she turned two I cried some more. But here we sit, at three, and all I can do is smile.


While it’s hard to watch her turn from my baby into a little girl.. I have learned that she will always be my baby, no matter how many candles are on that cake.  She still needs snuggles, boo-boo’s kissed, and bedtime stories.   Only now, she has has her own words (sometimes too many of them), her own ideas, her very own peronality.  A love for sparkly shoes, squirrels, Doc McStuffins, princess’s, ballerina class and pistachios (bee-stashio’s).   We have truly had a year of sweetness.

Adelynn Grace, we love you more than words my sweet. Happy Birthday!


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  1. MJ says:

    I have never met her in person, but I feel as though I know her through pictures, as I have watched her grow up through them. I can honestly say that your daughter is one of the sweetest, most entertaining little girls I have ever seen! It’s totally obvious to me where she got it as well. There’s no denying that she’s just as happy to have you as her mama as you are to have her for a daughter. xo

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