Letters to My Daughter: March 2014 March 17, 2014 0
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My dear little one,
You are such a funny little person. Growing so big and already wearing size 5 clothing! You’re only 3… I’m loathing the days were we bicker about too short shorts or shirts that just don’t cover your midriff because you are so long and tall. Daddy’s still hoping you’ll be a professional volleyball player… and maybe President after that.
Spring is almost here and you are itching to go outside. You’ve been asking me for weeks to spend time outside playing in the sand. The only problem has been the weather. We’ve been vacillating between hot and cold… and you just didn’t care. If it was up to you, we’d be outside playing with the sandbox in the snow.
So the first day we had temperate weather, we went outside to play to your squeals of excitement.
Lately, you’ve been cranky when I try and take your picture. I usually get a “Only 1 more!” or a “No more!” response when I pull the camera out. I’ve been thinking that I should start bribing you to get my photos taken.
But the “That’s enough!” isn’t just limited to photographs. You’ve been limiting our kisses, too! Which just makes us kiss you that much more.
You’re such a little stinker! Y te quiero muchisimo.
——————– ❤❤❤ ——————–
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I loved reading your letter to your daughter! I'm happy she got a chance to get outside - this winter sure feels neverending! Reply
My little one has been itching to get outside and play too but it's just too cold! I love the last picture! My 3-year old is difficult to photograph as well! It must be the age! Reply
I never get tired looking a mi nena. Reply
Sneha S. says:
March 17, 2014
Hehe so cute! And can you blame the girl. We all have cabin fever this year- so for the little ones it must be especially tough. I have ways to go, but I'm already terrified of the no more phase :-) Reply