She Graduated. Pre-School. One.
My baby girl has one more year of pre-school (thanks to a late birthday) but I was beaming like it was her high school graduation when she took the stage to perform with all of her classmates. I can't believe these little people are SO big! We're never without Elizabeth and Abigail. Whenever they're together they hug, they kiss, and they love each other so much! AND as Devon (their mother) likes to say- they fight like sisters. If ever you're looking for me this summer or you know...ever, I'm with these beautiful people at any local park that has a water feature. There's a very good chance Saint is going to have a way with the ladies. There is also a good chance he will run away from any woman screaming with his hands covering his ears. The amount of estrogen surrounding this little man on a daily basis is actually, scarey. Thankfully for him, the littlest girl (Nat-Nat) is tough as nails and laughs at all his stupid human tricks. They're best buddies. It doesn't hurt that she's up and walking now. Every time Saint and Nat see each other they hold hands and chase one another around in circles. It's ridiculously cute. And though she's the size of a tiny bird (seriously she's mini) she can hold her own with my boy- BUT always looks like a classy lady. She'll make you want 20 little girls I tell you- she's dangerous! I really think our big girls need their own Facebook page. They're taking over me and Devon's pages and they're only four! We're documenting their friendship, while creating a beautiful friendship of our own. It's really special. I'm very lucky. In case you're wondering Sunny wedges herself in the middle for every single picture. Always. When she was three she used to tell people "I have twins!" Now she just pretends to be their triplet. The girls don't seem to mind and never correct her. They're such sweethearts. I've always wanted three girls.