June 2014 Letter to My Daughters

My Dear Girls!

This is your birthday month! My little girls are promoted to the ages of 2 and 5! I’m not even sure how that is possible!


Lilly, you are seeming more and more grown up each day. It’s almost like I’m watching it happen. You had a fairy garden birthday party where your friends made fairy gardens to take home. They turned out beautiful. You are such a great judge of character because you have the most amazing friends with the most amazing parents. We spent your birthday day at the Land of Make Believe with your friend Maebh from preschool. The two of you were so grown up and responsible and fun. It was almost like a glimpse into teenagehood- the two of you riding all the rides together and giggling! My wishes for you this year is a smooth transition into kindergarten and a loving, supportive teacher and community. I’m hoping we can all find balance as I return to work in the fall as well.

Morgan, my big 2 year old going on 5. You still do everything to keep pace with your big sister. You’ve finally started sleeping so much better and it’s made a world of difference for both of us. You are funny and you know it and you are stubborn and you know it and it would be easier to make you mind if you weren’t so cute and funny. Your big sister is so patient with you so I want you to never give her a hard time. My wish for you is that you have a wonderful time with Miss Kathy and it makes me sad that I won’t be with you all day, but I know you are in the best of hands.

My girls, you are part of an amazing village of family and friends. At the fear of missing someone, those of you out there know who you are. You have blessed our lives with your love for our children as your own and the excitement my kids have when they are seeing you demonstrates the powerful and positive relationship you have in their young lives.

Here’s to wishing for a beautiful rest of summer.

I love you more than the whole wide world,


After enjoying my pictures, please continue on in our blog circle to see Rebecca’s letter to her children.

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