It's amazing to me that our little girl is two today. She is such a funny little thing. She loves her "pitty hair" and "pitty shoes", but also loves dog piling her brothers, playing Legos with them, and sword fighting. She's quite an active one as well, rarely satisfied in one spot for two seconds together. She is a blur of constant motion, but she was even before she was born.
She loves to snuggle, except when she doesn't. Loves to eat, except when everything is "Yuck!" She seems to think everything should go according to her wishes. It makes things rather interesting around here some days with much wailing and the going to of corners. I am told it's because she's a girl. There is a lot more drama than I am accustomed to for sure. Wow.
She is very loving and gives lots of hugs and kisses. She also loves to pray for everyone and everything. She sings and your heart melts. She's a little chatterbox, too. It apparently runs in the family. She is quite animated as well. Also a family trait, I know.
Sometimes, it is hard to get a word in edgewise around here and so she gets right up in your face and jabbers on, hands on hips, or gesturing with great emotion.
Everything with her is done with great emotion.
When she gets going like that, I can't understand what she's talking about, but it is pretty funny to watch. She's so serious though, so one cannot laugh at her.
I would say she is a girl who feels deeply. Happy, or sad, there is no holding back. Yes, roll your eyes those of you who know me in real life and wonder aloud where she might get.that.from. You're right, it must be her father.
I love my little girl. She is a joy and a delight. How I wish you could all come over. She'd pour you a cup of tea from her tea set and bring you some wooden food. And then she'd attack you with one of the boys' swords. That's my girl.