She had the BEST teachers - Mrs. Robyn and Mrs. Pam - that I could have dreamed of for her. They loved her so much and were so kind to her and taught her so much. She learned so many things (that I have tried to teach her and yet she picked it up a lot better from them)(ha). I could just cry thinking about how blessed we were with the perfect teachers who helped her so much!
And this was the first year she really talked about the kids in her class and formed friendships. Her best girl friends were Anella, Sosi, and Emma. And she loved so many of the boys. (And talked about kissing them and marrying them a little TOO much as far as her daddy is concerned).
Harper gets sweeter every day. She's doing so much independently. It's a little hard for me to let go.
She is constantly telling me that I am "beautiful and gorgeous". I'm trying to soak this in before she turns 10 and is embarrassed by her old mom.
The minute we get home from anywhere she runs in her room and puts on a crown and ballet slippers and any other accessory she might need. She will wear them all day and sometimes if she gets up in the night - she will come to our room wearing a crown (or spiderman mask). She is so funny.
She is just so fun to take places. Everything is "cool" to her right now. I'm excited for this summer just to do some fun things with her. She loves to ride her bicycle and play with the neighbor kids. She is just always so happy.
She LOVES to talk on the phone with her grandmothers.
Scott took this picture the other night and it's my very favorite picture ever. These girls fight all day like the DICKENS.........but they also love each other fiercely. I know they will probably never love anyone as much as they love each other and I love watching their friendship grow.
I will never get over how thankful I am to be their mom.