I am a stay at home momma of three wonderful little girls. This blog is a way to keep all our family and friends posted on their lives. There will also be some yummy recipes and, hopefully, some crafty goodness (when I find the time)!
My little Ava Bug is growing up so fast. She seems to be learning something new everyday! She is talking in full sentences now and is more than willing to give her opinion on things! She absolutely adores her big sister and is completely lost when she's not around. She loves Elmo and Curious George. She'll fall asleep wherever she lands (as you can see!) and is the absolute cutest and sweetest little girl. She still loves nap time (most days) and willingly crawls into her bed and pulls the covers over her head. She loves to cuddle and adores snuggling with fluffy blankets. She's also the most dangerous and clumsy little thing. She has no fear, except of automated toys (stuffed animals are not supposed to move). She eats everything, EVERYTHING! Her favorite food is broccoli. Yes, broccoli. She can't get enough of it! She is the messiest creature I have ever met in my life. She can make messes out of things you would never dream could be messy. It's a true talent. She loves to sing and dance. She can count to six with no problem, say some of her ABCs, but refuses to learn her colors (except pink). Anything small and furry is "cute". She adores animals, especially squirrels, because they are the thing she sees most around our house. She wants desperately to catch one so she can pet it. She says, "I wub ou." and it is the sweetest three little words. She loves being touched, whether it is tickles, hugs, back rubs, or just sitting right next to you, she wants to have contact all the time. She desperately wants to be just like her big sister and thinks she is about 10 years older than she really is. She loves feeding her baby dolls and playing momma. She wants to drive the car. She will climb up into the driver seat and say, "I drive, Momma." as though it is the most normal thing in the world for a not even two-year-old to be driving a car. She got a great little sense of humor and I cannot wait to see the little person she grows up to be!