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Saturday, July 30, 2011

It has been awhile.

Sorry for the gap in posting. It seems life got in the way. Where to start? Should I tell you that since my last post we have moved 5 times. Or that I have had 3 jobs, and off an on gone to school. Should I tell you it turns out that this thing called Life has been harder for me then I thought. Should I tell you that since my last post I have been diagnosed Bi-polar, or that my family (Immediate) is falling apart. Should I tell you that every time I try to plan the wedding LIFE gets in the way, and it keeps getting pushed further and further back...should all too depressing for me.

I would rather tell you that my beautiful daughter is freaking brilliant. She is 2 years 7 months old and she has quite the knack for conversation. Her favorite phrases are "dammit", "I not hear you" among a million others. She has this freakish ability to bounce back. What I mean by bounce back, is literally bounces back from her injuries. She is a sponge. Oh so smart, and I have no idea where she got that from, she is NOT the typical toddler, she leaned to walk early, talk early, and learned things like unlocking the doors, opening the refrigerator, starting her own bath...crazy things.

She is the greatest thing I have ever done, and she drives me crazy, just like her daddy.


Mommy's helper


Miss Thing

The day she became Miss I-n-d-e-p-e-n-d-e-n-t.




My little brain reading by herself.



We have been having some difficulties lately and I believe it is just a snag we are in right now, and I know we will get through it, because no matter how much he drives me insane, I love him. He is the father to my daughter, and his faults are minimal, but coupled with life, irritate me to no end some days. But I know he isn't going anywhere, unless I make it so. And even then he would still be the greatest Dad this world has known. But that is not even an option for either of us. We just need to find a place all our own, and start living for us, and our little family.
Did I mention she was a bit of a weirdo
Big girl sleeping in her big girl bed.

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Emma's 1st snow fall


It was too cute, it snowed today, and I decided to take Emma outside.  Now since we don't have a snow suit and she has hidden her shows I took her out and let the huge snow flakes flakes fall on her it was too cute. She had the biggest grin on her face.



Sunday, December 27, 2009

Emma's 1st Christmas!

Emma had a wonderful 1st Christmas, it was a little stretched. But she made out on clothes and toys from all ends.  She still never got the concept of unwrapping the packages, we had to open them, then had it to her, then she got excited. LOL it was cute. Next year the families are going to have to spread the Holidays between 2 days instead of just 1, and if they can not handle it, then they can wait until her birthday to give her, her gifts. Because I am still not recovered from the stressful day, I spent more time driving and listening to my daughter scream then I did enjoying the Holiday.  Next Birthday in exactly 2 weeks. Pictures to follow.


Saturday, December 19, 2009

Our very 1st Family Christmas photo

This is our cherished EVER Family Christmas photo. And of course, it is less then perfect, she was on the verge of crying. She as of right now, has this thing that "new" men or ones she sees less often, make her cry. LOL. As you can see daddy TRIED to make her smile, he was only successful in holding of tears momentairly. But he gets a kiss and A for effort.
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Monday, November 30, 2009

Belated update

Wow.  Almost forgot about our blog.  With so much going on with school, the Holidays, and then getting things in order for next term, it completely slipped my mind.  So an update, Emma is a walking machine.  She walks like a little penguin it is too cute.  For 2 days now she has crawled out of our bed on her own...scary for me.  She also climbed into the new dryer.  We are getting really excited with the upcoming Holidays, and then her birthday..her 1st birthday, I think I might cry! It has happened so quickly.  Before I know it she will be in school....oh lord here are the tears.  On that soggy note, I am going to check laundry and put her to bed.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Emma's first steps by herself.


OMG! Today was the greatest day EVER! We went to the mall, to get out of the house and do some walking..that wouldn't get us wet. By "WE" I mean Nicole, my sissy Kiara, Missy, myself, and Emma. We stopped to let the girls play at the little play structure they have there. Man was it a mad house. We were sitting around watching Kiara run around and keeping Emma bug close, cause as I said, it was a mad house, and the bigger kids are crazy, jumping off structures and not paying attention to those around them, Emma was already head butted by a 4 yr old little girl, whose mother had nothing at all to say...GRR Don't get me started on parents these days...but back to the story. Emma was standing next to me hanging onto my shirt and was watching this little boy a little over a year run around...and just let go of me and kept going on her own she took maybe 10 steps and then fell over 2 or 3 steps from her target. I was the typical Mom and screamed, then almost cried. Needless to say about 30 other witnesses say my daughter fight for independence today, and then witnessed her silly mom fanning her eyes to keep the tears away. Ah well it was the greatest day ever...well almost the greatest day, that day was the day my baby was born.

Friday, November 6, 2009

My little girl is growing up so fast

OMG! My little girl is getting so big, and sometimes it just stops me in my tracks. It hit me today like a ton of bricks. It hit me today, while I was finishing up some homework.
She is doing so well standing by herself, and takes a few steps without support like from the couch to the coffee table. She is also hell on knees. She only has one speed, speed of light. Lol.
She is getting so independent. And has so many cute little quirks. And so damn entertaining.
Where would I be without her.