Marshmallow Mondays


Three

Lily turned 3 years old on Friday.  Three!

My little girl has turned into a beautiful little lady, inside and out.  Those baby blue eyes melt my heart every single day.  I have yet to get tired of hearing the words “hold you me.”  She’s the perfect combination of girly girl and tom boy – loves to have her nails painted but can dribble a basketball like it’s no big deal.  Books continue to fascinate her, and I am continually impressed by her ability to entertain herself by reading.   She is overjoyed at the sight of horses.  She loves to “run four miles” just like mommy.  She is always up for a shopping trip, whether it’s to buy a gallon of milk or a new pair of shoes.  Her imagination reminds me of her big brother, creative and at times, unexpected.  She loves a visit to “Bucks” (Starbucks) and can spot one from a mile away.  Every day she experiences life, and every day I am thankful to be right there with her, witnessing it all.  This sweet little girl is so smart, so determined, and so loving, which makes me even prouder to call her my daughter.

Since we already had our birthday bash for Lily and Rydan, Lily’s actual birthday was spent at home simply enjoying the day and celebrating that evening with Mommy, Daddy and “Ra-Ra.”

Helping Mommy bake banana birthday cupcakes.

Helping Mommy bake banana birthday cupcakes.

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"I got two monies!"

“I got two monies!”

Showing off her new horse necklace from Nana & Pappy.

Showing off her new horse necklace from Nana & Pappy.

Horses....

Can you tell she likes horses?

It was definitely a horse kind of birthday.

She even got a remote control pony car from "Papoose" (aka Pap Wiest).

She even got a remote control pony car from “Papoose” (aka Pap Wiest).

and her big surprise... her very own pink Kazam balance bike!

and her big surprise… her very own pink Kazam balance bike!

She'd been borrowing our neighbor's blue Kazam all summer long, she's quite a pro at this bike already.  We're all amazed how fast she learned to balance.  No training wheels for this lady!

She’d been borrowing our neighbor’s blue Kazam all summer long, so she’s quite a pro at this bike already. We’re all amazed at how fast she learned to balance. No training wheels for this lady!

Singing Happy Birthday.

Singing Happy Birthday.

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