Don't you just love baby feet? Those fat, pillowy little puffs of heaven! and if that is not enough, she is also using her sweet little hands more too.
I am talking about real, live patty caking!!
With a mouth full of puffy stars.
Couldn't you just eat her up?!
She is a messy eater, but I love that she is learning to do so many things independently. I am watching her pull up right now, and I can hardly believe that I am about to have TWO on their feet!
Ahhhh, those little feet again!
and that gummy smile! Will she ever get a tooth?!
Oh, and did I mention she can wave now?! So sweet!
She just waves and waves and waves.
and she is even silly! Sticking her tongue out and laughing out loud!
Oh, and look at this, would you?!
My very big girl. Learning! I love to watch my girls learn!
(I obviously don't love to clean my windows!)
She has so much potential in her eyes! I like to think of what she will be. What she will enjoy doing. There is an old Children's Christian song called, "I am a Promise". I used to sing it for my Poppa's church. (Before I was old enough to know that I couldn't sing!) It says, "I am a promise. I am a possibility. I am a great big bundle of potentiality. And I am learning to hear God's voice, and I am trying to make the right choices. I'm a promise to be... anything God wants me to be."
That is what I hope for my girls. Living in " the zone". Being what God has prepared them to be. Using their gifts! For the greater good!
Gabbi Girl's birthmom contacted me via text today. Would you believe what she wrote me?
This was in regard to GG's upcoming birthday party. She said, "I would like to come as a friend. I am not her mom. I'm a friend that helped you be her mom."
I just thought that was a pretty sweet sentiment!
This baby is just plain precious. I enjoy sharing her with all of you!