So, my daughter. She’s a rowdy. She’s happy, feisty, bouncy girl and she’s full of energy. Constant. Energy. She’s ravenous at 6:30 AM, the complete opposite of her brother who likes to lay in bed, cuddle, and read books or watch Netflix for a wee bit before getting up. Basically, she’s ready to cause a ruckus immediately upon opening her eyes.
She is at once bossy and charming. She thinks she can fly and hasn’t quite grasped the concept of bones; as in, the ones that are in her body and how they can break.
Oh, and she’s saucy. Not lippy perse, but just saucy; a budding sarcasm and wit leaning heavily towards mastering all things tom foolery. Which is all wrapped up in 2.5 cuddly feet of piggies (AKA pigtails, her favourite hairstyle of the moment. It’s requested daily.), toddler chunk, plump rosy cheeks, shining eyes, ear to ear grins all drenched in the frequent ringing of belly chuckles, made-up songs, and a rapidly developing vocabulary.
She is sweet and affectionate, nurturing and social. Her voice is like kitty cat meows, butterfly kisses, and random shrieking banshees dipped in syrup.
Oh, and she’s turning 2 next month. Damn that went fast.
If pictures could only do it justice…
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