Friday, November 12, 2010
Isabelle is TWO
I did not anticipate being emotional on Isabelle's second birthday. This does not bode well for future birthdays. I can't believe my baby girl is two. Where did the time go? I realize all parents feel this way and I also realize it only gets worse the older they get. Which as you can imagine, does not help my current situation.
So on Isabelle's second birthday I would like to take a minute to list some of her likes and dislikes at this age!
Yo Gabba Gabba (still....)
Coloring. She just might be an artist like her dad!
Taking off her clothes, Molly's clothes or her baby doll's clothes.
Swinging on her swing set.
Playing with (aka laying on top of) Molly.
Raiding my kitchen drawers to play with my cooking utensils.
Puzzles. Especially the letters puzzle right now. And just for the record, she knows probably 90% of her letters!
Jewelry. That she gets from her momma!
Her Daddy! She is so excited when it is the weekend and she can get lots of time with Dad!
Running in circles.
Washing her hands and brushing her teeth. She has seen Jason and I brush our teeth and now copies us by spitting in the bathtub!
Talking on Skype with the grandparents.
Seeing her family. Loves visits from Caitlin, Buzz, Lauren, Scott and Buh-Buh. Loves when Grandma Debi comes to visit and loves going to Grandma Kathy's house.
Eating food. She has to be REAL hungry to eat something besides fruit snacks, cheese and crackers.
Going to bed at night. This is a recent development, but she now falls asleep in front of her door.
Riding in the car.
Ponytails in her hair.
The dislikes are pretty limited. Isabelle is a mostly happy child. Yes, she is high energy but she is energetic and happy. Not much makes her angry. Of course we have discipline issues, but she is two, so isn't that normal?
Having Isabelle has been such a blessing. I am so lucky to have been trusted to be her mom. And while I may be a little sad that she is not my baby anymore, I am so excited to see what God's plan is for her life.
Happy birthday, Isabelle!