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|Here's a picture of Emma tonight. She?s getting more fun every day. She?s growing up: learning more words, showing more love and, as you can see, developing her full potential for really bad hair. Her little personality is getting more complex. Tonight she was putting on a show for her grandparents, laughing and playing, eager to please. Tomorrow someone she doesn?t know might try to talk to her and she?ll start acting shy, clinging to my shirt and hiding her face. The other day she ordered her breakfast very specifically. She wanted bacon, Honeycombs (she calls them ?big?, because they?re bigger than the Cheerios she usually eats) and milk from a particular cup. Everything she does is fascinating to me. I knew that being a father would be fun, but I didn?t know just how it would make me feel. For instance, just yesterday I was sitting on our patio in a lawn chair, reading a book while Sara and Emma played in the yard. I looked out at them as Emma ran around the tree and found Sara. It felt like one of those moments you see in movies that people are always trying to get back to when things have gone wrong.|
Sounds like the little lady is doing quite well. Your next goal should be that she doesnt turn out to be some sick combination of Mike and Jenny.
thankfully cole, emma loves me & mike both (even though i am her only aunt) but she has great parents to pick up traits from friend…:)jen
thankfully cole, emma loves me & mike both (even though i am her only aunt) but she has great parents to pick up traits from friend…:)jenYou are one of the luckiest people out there Danny. I am so proud of you.Uncle Fenton Ferguson