We are so proud of this little gal! Her faith in Jesus Christ and all things good is inspiring. All those who came made a great addition to this enjoyable moment. There were a couple of other families there that need acknowledged that aren’t visible in these photos- they know who they are. We had some snacks at Moonlight beach playground.
The girls and I went on a quick road trip to Gilbert AZ to see some of our really good friends. Even thought it was short, it was packed full with fun. Other places we went to that aren’t seen here in these pictures are Sodalicious and a waterpark. I hadn’t been to Scottsdale but I was happy to see Native American stores and several of the employees at Butterfly Wonderland were Native American. The street signs also have Native American names. Ever since I was little there has been a kinship to their culture and it pleases me when they are portrayed with positive images.
Back around Halloween time, the three girls and I went into a costume store. A huge man size gorilla costume was hanging from the ceiling. Ivy looked up and with excitement said, “Monkey!” It was one of the first clear words she had said. After that, she loved to say the word whenever she got the chance. It so happened that monkeys seemed to have appeared everywhere: books, television, movies, clothes, paper plates. So I thought, “Heck, why not?”
Since she’s only two, I guess it’s okay to write about some of her personality and tendencies. She might be the child to make me completely deaf, because she screams so loud when she doesn’t get what she wants. Which makes her an effective communicator. She knows exactly what she wants and doesn’t. It’s either up or down, in or out, on or off, and heaven-forbid if I get it wrong. She is just like our other children in the sense that she loves to laugh, be silly and make people happy. She likes a sense of thrill and to go places. When there isn’t a moment of something occupying her mind, we have endless phone videos of her friend Spencer and family so that she can watch them and talk to them whenever she wants. Oh, and she is the size of a 3 1/2- 4 year old! Watch out Project Runway, she’s coming for you some day!
Ayzia’s Birthday fell on President’s Day so she didn’t have school. I couldn’t tell if she was glad about that or not. Two of her favorite places to get food are Panda Express and Souplantation, so that is what we had for lunch and dinner. Before her riding lesson, we went swimming, but I can’t seem to find any photos. I could have sworn I took some…
Stimulating, but still relaxed. If they look comfortable in the dress, then its perceived they are comfortable in their own skin. Clothing is an expression of our outer and inner selves. If we feel comfortable on the inside we don’t need to show more skin to prove it. These are my favorites from the 2015 Tony Awards.