My version of a wordless Wednesday

Jessica Ranae,
Um. Wow. You’ll be four years old in less than a week and I cannot believe the amount of life we’ve already lived together. You are my vivacious little firecracker full of thoughtfulness and tenderness and love and I couldn’t be prouder to be your mom. These words don’t do it justice and they never will – but Jessica, I love you so much. My heart really does ache. Funny, huh? My heart hurts with joy. You’re more than wonderful. Jessica, you’re an angel.
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Love,
Mama

5 thoughts on “My version of a wordless Wednesday

  1. Okay, looking at those pictures and reading what you wrote made me want to have more babies…and lots of them!

  2. I think my uterus skipped a beat too….. DEFINITELY have to ignore it though for the time being. Some day though in due time….. šŸ™‚ but for now, thanks for sharing those moments, it totally warmed my heart.

  3. Saw something neat on the evening TV news magazine show…only available on-line. A patented shoe designed for kids…called the inchworm. It will adjust through three sizes, say 5, 5.5, and 6, quickly and easily. If they don’t wear them out, but rather outgrow them, it could save you some money. The show was about things made in Massachusetts, so how many shoes can you buy these days actually made here?! They’ve successfully fought off other manufacturers trying to copy it so far. Check it out and let me know what you think.

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