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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Things I Love about my Little Girl

  • The way she sticks her tongue out when she's concentrating.

  • How she just can't control her body or her joy when Daddy walks in the door.

  • The little whimper she does just as she falls asleep that lets me know it's safe to leave the room.

  • Her insatiable desire to read.

  • Her love of animals.

  • When she says, "Mommy, how about this idea?"

  • How she makes up crazy words to sound older and most of those made up words bear a striking resemblance to German!

  • Her love of music and dance.

  • Her ability to create creative song lyrics to familiar tunes (she's been doing this since two years old!).

  • Her super amazing memory for everything. That girl STILL remembers the seating chart at Easter when she was not even 2 years old yet!

  • Her uncanny knack for directions and recognizing places she may have only been once a very long time ago.

  • How she notices EVERYTHING.

  • Her ability to charm just about every adult she meets.

  • How hard she works to behave.

  • Her excitement about turning five and the belief that the world changes when you turn five.

  • Those beautiful blue eyes of hers.

  • The excitement in her voice upon seeing a firefly.

  • Her love of thrill rides.

  • Her amazing ability to dry swallow large pills. (This one scares me as well!)

  • The way she struts about with her long lanky legs pounding the ground and her hips aswaying!

  • Her crazy intelligence.


Lora said...

I love this post!! Feels like I know Hannah a little bit better after reading it.

Anonymous said...

You have shown just how much you love your little girl by all the wonderful things you post about her. She seems like an amazing little girl who is blessed to have you and your husband as parents. Keep up the amazing job you are both doing!

Billie said...

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