I get so emotional watching my babies up on stage singing their little hearts out. I especially loved watching our five year old sing her little heart out tonight with her Christmas bows in her hair and wearing her little red cowgirl boots. It really is the most wonderful time of the year!
Can your five year old run around in shorts and little pink cowgirl boots three days after playing in snow.
Mad had another first. Her first friend spending the night. They got so excited when I told them she could stay the night. Aside from Lala next door Mad really only has boys for friends. So she hadn’t really had the opportunity for sleepovers. Around 10pm she came to me crying. She said she was scared to have a sleepover and wasn’t sure what she was supposed to do. I explained to her that typically that nervousness comes when you sleep at a friends for the first time, and not the other way around. After a little talk she was better with the situation. Over all she had fun, however she did decide that maybe she’s to young for sleep overs yet, and she would rather stick to playdates. Turns out Mad is so used to going to sleep early and getting up early that she was overwhelmed by having a friend want to stay up late having slumber party fun. Not too horrible of an outcome for two eight year olds:)
This morning Aub asked if she could cook eggs for her sisters and herself. Bitty fell back asleep before they were ready. So Aub & Mad took the time to make her a plate, wrap it up, and put it in the fridge for later. Thankful our girls don’t always have sibling rivalry and show their love for each other often. Just maybe not so much when it’s time to clean up their bedroom or gameroom, ha ha!
Aub-11, Mad-7, Bitty-5