Perfectly imperfect.

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Today,  My sweet Lyla.  (3 years old + 3 months) Becoming wiser and wiser as three year olds do, and your beauty is breath-taking.  You are sweet and silly and so independent.  You ask me to close your door so you can play and imagine and sing and dance in your room. We laugh because you are more like me and so many times I see myself in you.  You my dear are perfectly imperfect and I am so proud of who you are becoming. My little social butterfly, I am excited to watch you fly.

My sweet Lucca.  ( 1 year + 8 months) You are my sweetheart. You are gentle and kind and love to give us kisses. You love your sister and look for her right when you wake.  You love shoes and books and love to be held close. You are shy and not trusting of just anyone. You loyal heart is so tender. You my dear are beautiful inside and out.

 

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  • nobody’s perfect but, anyways, it might be sooo boring… your children are beautiful outside and i’m sure they’re beautiful inside too.ReplyCancel

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