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Stomptedy, stomp, stomp

I taught Petite Clown to make snow prints by stomping her foot in the snow today.  She stomped all the way home this morning after dropping Sweet Bear off at school.  Her tiny stomps were to be seen all down the sidewalk stopping just at the door to our apartment.  I couldn’t help but smile at her.   She would stomp and look up at me with the brightest blue eyes and toothy grin.

My baby girl is growing fast.  The baby still holds onto her stamping out dimples into her fat little hands and feet.  But, the little girl is sprouting out of her with long thin legs and arms.  Every day she is changing and doing things she couldn’t before.  However, she is still my Petite Clown that makes me smile and laugh when I least expect it.

Today, I don’t mind the snow.  I have my Petite Clown to chase away the cold with her bright eyes and merry laugh.

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  • cj March 2, 2006, 4:53 pm

    Isn’t it absolutely amazing how they change from babies, to toddlers, to little girls…. and its almost over night. I remember the day when Thea was no longer a toddler and really a little girl. I cried… its going all too fast.

  • Pumpkin Pie March 2, 2006, 5:16 pm

    Sweet Bear is three and a half. She is a big girl too! She is tall like her Papa and is already up to my waist almost. I can barely pick her up. Angel Girl is looking like a teenager more every day and even Boy Blue is getting as big as a one year old and he just turned eight months! Petite Clown is doing almost everything that Sweet Bear can do.
    My babies???

    It does go all too fast.

  • kim March 3, 2006, 2:56 am

    i know, my little guys are 12 and 6, and their legs just keep getting longer and their feet keep growing..thats why its best to live each moment as if it were the last, before we know it, it will be time to send them to college!
    ps. we love the daily dance site..my kids love it!

  • Tongue_in_Cheek_Antiques March 3, 2006, 9:56 am

    sweet love from and with a child is like no other!

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