Saturday, November 5, 2011

Little Things...





I love all the little things I found around the house that Adrianne does when for a split second I am not looking. I'd like to name off a few of them just so I don't forget them.


  • The little statue of Buddha that we have sitting next to our TV on the entertainment stand is often times left facing the TV rather than sitting next to it.
  • After I clean an entire room and put Adrianne down to sleep I find a stack of a few blocks sitting in the middle of the room.
  • I walk into the room with a table much taller than Adrianne to find a row of stacking cups lined up and teetering on the edge of the table.
  • I go into the bathroom and find Adrianne's baby doll sitting on her potty chair.


These are just a few of the things she does. I love how it's always the little things that never cease to amaze me. How she has been jabbering for days in a language no one else knows but her and suddenly goes potty and exclaims "I did it!" in a baby-ish tone. How she asks me to put a hair clip in her hair so she can she how beautiful she looks in the mirror and then show her daddy. How she can lay down on her belly and "write" on a piece of paper for an hour, mumbling away as she does so. How she will hold a phone to her ear and have an imaginary conversation with someone in baby language.

She is the most brilliant creature I have ever met. I love her!

3 comments:

  1. I also love those little details in life. Sometimes it seems like you could never ever forget, but you will if you don't keep jotting them down (or listing in a post, whatever lets you remember them)! This is a very sweet picture of Adrianne drawing while laying on her belly!

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  2. Thank you! Yes, I am always amazed at how easily I can forget things that are so special.

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  3. I just saw this - i think she's going to be a writer. Or i suppose anything her little heart desires. What's for sure is she's groowing up in a creative environment. As far as Buddha, when John was little he hated things with eyes. He thought they were looking at him.

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