Here she is two days old and already bored with us.
There was never a time when she didn't love books.
And she was so happy about every little thing. All presents on Christmas or birthday were greeted with equal levels of enthusiasm and a big smile.
She loved the beach and could amuse herself there for hours on end.
Easy going and even tempered, she was also surprisingly independent. She seemed always to assess each new situation and determine what she needed to do to adjust to it. On her first day of kindergarten she met the teachers and walked around the room. [My first born...going to school.] After a few minutes she came over to me and gently touched my arm. I leaned down and she whispered to me, "I think it's time for the mothers to go home now."
She didn't lose her smile even when her mouth was full of metal.
And the years of torture in braces paid off. Here she is in high school.
There comes a time when your daughter is all grown up and independent. Our daughter is a very loving and caring adult. Isn't it nice to make the transition from parent to friend? And my daughter is definitely my friend.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEAR DAUGHTER!!!