Lucy is another year older. Today is her golden birthday as she turns six on the 6th. She is thriving through kindergarten, loves her family, singing, and dancing, expressive and hilarious beyond her years, and remains our daily entertainment. Our lives have never been the same or more fun.
Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 are here.
“It’s a bat!”
She adds a certain element to Jack’s Legos.
This girl would paint her nails and mine everyday if I let her.
She always has the best ideas.
This is a drawing of me pulling out her loose tooth.
She continues to use the ordinary as a canvas for her creativity.
She made a Sharpie bracelet so she would always have one when she needed it…
like when drawing spiders on the table in the hopes of scaring mommy.
She does her own makeup and wardrobe.
Can you guess what cookies she insisted on making for the Christmas party?
She keeps plants alive better than I do. She planted these bean plants from seeds.
This was my birthday banner she made and put up all by herself with one letter on each page.
She made me write out this to-do list for her busy day.
Doug was practicing a presentation and she decided she needed to listen to it.
I told her do do something quietly so she got out her paints and started working on this all by herself and painted for awhile until she finished this in one sitting. It’s a house that has light on one side and dark on the other to represent day and night.
She is pretty convincing at talking people into things she wants them to do. No one is safe.
Grandpa Ricky loves playing Pretty Pretty Princess.
She is adored by her brother. (Most days)
Happy golden birthday, Lucy! You are beautiful, smart, funny, and determined. Your life is a gift.