You were born to parents who have an olive complexion, yet you undeniably are the color pink, in comparison to us. I like that. It makes sense to me that a baby girl as feminine as you are would be colored accordingly.
And also from the beginning, you’ve had mannerisms that remind me of a kitten.
For example, you’re not much of a crier. When you do cry though, it just sounds more like a little kitten meowing for someone to hold it.
Whenever you play, you are just like a little kitten toying with a ball of yarn, when you see anything you can reach in front of you.
In a complete coincidence, the backpack Mommy pick out for you for daycare features right there on the front of it… you guessed it- a pink kitty!
I should also point out that during these past couple of weeks, you have been transitioning into using your “stand up play center”. Really, you’re still a little too young to be in it.
However, Mommy and I have noticed that despite you not quite having the cognitive skills mastered just yet, your muscles are strong enough to support you.
You are so eager to prove yourself to us. And the talking you do…
There is so much on your mind! Whatever you are trying to tell Mommy and me through all your “goo-goo” language, it sure sounds exciting as well as urgent.
You are simply happy to be alive, that’s for sure.
So despite the chaotic schedule our family has in the midst of Mommy and me both having full-time jobs (and me having a 2nd job of blogging and vlogging) and you and your brother being away all day at school, it is such a blessing to come home and see our precious pink little baby girl and her alien-loving big brother.