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LOVE!
The Parental Units

Alexis

Alexis
She is a shining star, a leader.

Trenton

Trenton
My one and only boy-child.

Jessa

Jessa
She is ALWAYS Batman.

Corina

Corina
The sourpuss, a/k/a lemon cat

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

A post deticated to my little Biscuit, Alexis.

The first born. The leader. The bossiest little thing I ever did come across. Alexis is beyond her years and has so many questions and so many ideas. I'm proud to call her my daughter. She has grown into such a caring, thoughtful, interesting child. She is her daddy's carbon copy, no doubt. The only thing she inherited from me is that huge mouth/smile or hers.



Alexis has a mean streak, she shoots these icy glares when Trenton does something socially unacceptable or if she is really agitated. I know she learns this from me but i swear my glares aren't even half as fierce as hers.



I can't believe she will be entering second grade this fall and have her 7th birthday next February. Every day she gets more beautiful and we face new obstacles, like today she wanted to know about menstruation *facepalm*, and we both learn new things. Alexis has taught me patience, Lord knows I had none prior to children, and I'm really lucky to have her.



Alexis is really good with her brother and sister. She shares the same 'no nonsense' attitude I have and sometimes I have to get onto her and remind her she is not their mother. She is often bossy and demanding with Trenton but he doesn't seem to mind (I do though, poor Trenton) and she treats her baby sister like a superstar. She loves to help with Jessa, she loves to sing and play with her, and she loves teaching her new things.




All in all I feel really feel lucky to have three great babies in my life. Yeah, I know Alexis is six and Trenton is three but they'll always be my babies, so will Jessa as she grows.


5 comments:

  1. I really love these posts about your kids! So sweet!

    Now where's my post? *taps foot*

    Haha! Seriously though, very sweet idea for your babies!

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  2. I have to agree with Tiffany, these posts are very sweet! I hope you save them and show them to them when they are older. My mom did that corny stuff and as much as I hate to admit it, it turned me into a puddle of goo. Mothers are AMAZING people and to hear their love for their children is awe inspiring!

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  3. You've inspired me to write something about my daughter for her to keep and cherish. So beautiful!

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  4. What a great post! Your an awesome mom & your kids are awesome:)

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