1 year, 1 month.
I admit- it’s a rare thing to ever see you upset about anything. You’re just a happy, beboppin’ little girl.
You assume the world is all marshmallows and unicorns, and I feel that Mommy and I do our best to make sure that is indeed the case, as best we can.
Undeniably, you are the kind of the baby girl who I just naturally want to make happy. You’re low-maintenance- and of course, you’re adorable! You’re the epitome of cuteness.
With that being said, thanks to your 6 and a half year-old brother, I am now quite familiar with the fundamentals of Pokemon characters; how many of them have the ability to evolve into stronger, fiercer versions of themselves.
Every single day when your brother comes home from school, he eagerly shows me the newest Pokemon cards he received by trading some others that he had just received days before.
As I was flipping through the 4 new cards he got that day, Snubbull immediately stopped me in my tracks:
“Why does this one look so familiar?” I thought to myself. I just couldn’t figure it out.
But just a few days later, I came home from work, to a beautiful strawberry-blonde little girl who was literally changing colors, as she morphed into an angry red version of her usual self.
That was a result of you being equally hungry and tired, yet Mommy and I couldn’t get you fastened into your high chair fast enough.
It wasn’t until I took these pictures later that day that the theory presented itself: that you evolve into Snubbull, the Pokemon fairy, when you are “hangry”.
I don’t want my little girl to have to evolve into a Pokemon character. It’s just too sad to see you upset. I just want to keep you happy, Sweetie!