Turning 4

I posted this on my other blog:
The Chronicles of a Stay at home mom:

In less than an hour, my son will be 4 years old! I have been so sentimental about this. He is growing into such a personable, independent, loving boy. His smile is infectious! His laugh always makes me happier. His jokes make me shake my head in amusement and our conversations are moments that I treasure. I was telling my husband how excited I am to see him grow up because I know that our conversations will become longer & more in depth. I love my little boy with all of my heart. I’m sad, nervous, happy and excited to see what life has in store for him.

Here he is, playing hungry hungry hippos with my husband & I, on his last night of being 3 years old. You can see from his smile, just how much fun he was having 😄.







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