What I love about children is their unpredictability. I mean, what’s fun about knowing that they will always act the same in every situation? Boooorrrringgg.
Miss O didn’t disappoint. According to her momma, she’s quite outgoing and talkative. But on this day, Miss O wasn’t having any of my shenanigans. Uh-unh, no way. She was quite demure and quiet and shy. So, we chilled and we talked and she picked pretty yellow flowers. Sometimes, you just have to go with the flow and no one can understand that more than me. What Miss O didn’t know is that I’m fairly good at capturing quiet moments as well as the wild and crazy ones. And she didn’t realize that I got a few smiles, too.
Her little sister, Miss E, is 3 months old and for some reason, I felt that baby itch. What, you say? Yes, the itch. But not the kind, like I’m-ready-for-another-baby, just the my-baby-is-almost-8-months-old-where-did-the-time-go kind of itch. But, you heard it here, I’m not having another baby anytime soon. Miss E was so calm and good and smelled so sweet as precious babies do. I even managed to hold her on my shoulder and shoot Mom and Miss O. And if I had a stove, I may have even whipped up some breakfast, because you know, mommas are born multitaskers.
Mom, thank you for the great morning. I know O was not in normal character, but I can’t stress to you enough how beautiful she is and these images of her are so insightful and gorgeous, especially the last one. Your girls are beautiful and if they are half as good as a person as you are, you are blessed beyond measure. (Now, make sure Dad keeps those bad boys away!) Enjoy!