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May 28, 2014 ~ Five! Finally!

on May 28, 2014

Zero!

One!

Two!

Three

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Five!

Look at this girl. This where-did-the-time-go, oh-so-big girl.  This girl who can spell a few words, read a few words, who is obsessed with Frozen.  It’s been her going-to-bed music almost every night since Ashlin got a copy for her birthday back in March.  She knows most of the words, the ones she’s not familiar with, she makes up.  I love her made-up words.

She’s been in her first dance recital – and rocked it! – and is officially registered for Kindergarten.  The school year can’t come fast enough for her, she’s so ready to be big, and ride on the bus.  She can ride a two-wheel bike, (though she still needs the stabilizers).  She is such a daredevil, always leaping before she looks.  She loves the fast and the spinning rides, once she’s ready for them, and could go on the Drop Zone over and over and over, laughing the entire time.

She’s slowly learning to think about what she does before she does it.  She loves her sister dearly, will willingly share, usually without prompting, and hates to see her hurt.  She hates to see anyone hurt, such a sensitive soul, the part of Toy Story where Andy may lose Buzz and Woody makes her cry.  She is not scared of thunderstorms, and enjoys lightening and fireworks.  If we could see fireworks every week, she’d never get bored.

This summer, I’ll get to spend a bit more time with her than before, and I’m looking forward to learning more about her, and the amazing person she’s becoming.

 

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5 responses to “May 28, 2014 ~ Five! Finally!

  1. Wow! 5! Happy Birthday Teagan!

  2. Kat says:

    Unbelievable!!! It can’t be. I love the way you let us see the differences at each year in her physical growth and then the growth through your words. They do seem to be on a fast track once they hit ‘school age’ and then they slow down again around teenage :). Every day is definitely special. Hugs to Miss T and Happy Birthday!

    • lisasff says:

      I know. She just can’t be FIVE. She’s the baby! Well, not *the* baby, but my baby.

      I’m so glad I already have the school memory books for them… but man, I need to get their baby books under control :D

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