I posted this picture on instagram last week but, I just love it. My sweet Daisy will be four next month. FOUR! I seriously can't believe it...and I can't believe that I can't believe it but, for me at least, it never gets easier to process how quickly time flies and how fast our babies grow into adults.
Daisy has never had much of an opinion about what she wears. I hear stories about how exhausting it can be when a little girl puts up a fight each morning over every little detail of her outfit. I'm still waiting for that independent spirit to kick in with our kiddo and I'm sure that time will come soon enough. But, for now I am savoring the fact that I get to dress her in what I want and she could care less (99% of the time)...so long as pink makes a regular appearance. The shirt was $2.50 at Target! Have I mentioned lately how much I love Target's clearance sales. They are thebomb.com. The pants are from baby Gap and I have my seester to thank for scoring me so many awesome Gap goodies for my kiddo. Thank you Becca Boo. The shoes were $4 at Old Navy. Daisy actually found them in what appeared to be a discard bin with hangers piled on top of them. They were literally the last pair in the store. She insisted on having them and I didn't argue. She has good taste even if she doesn't care all that much.
And I am not sure if I love hearts so much simply because they are the symbol of love, or because they are so cute, or because my last name was Hart prior to getting married...but, I don't think you can ever have too many hearts. Love her heart outfit. I'd like one for myself as a matter a fact!
In other random Daisy news: We got the Frozen music CD a couple of weeks ago and we have been listening to the songs hundreds of times a day since then (because I am a softie mom and would rather keep my kiddo content in the car even if my ears are literally burning inside!) I have all of the songs memorized and I catch myself singing them at random times of day and when I am walking around alone in public. I need to stop. Someone please help me.
On the other hand I do love the movie and the songs are pretty...or at least they were the first few times I heard them. I love listening to Daisy sing them in the back seat of our car. She has almost all of the lyrics memorized as well. Another blaring reminder that she is not so little anymore.
Daisy you are my sweet, loving, wild and wonderful little buddy.
Oh how I love her so.