Friday, January 5, 2018
I've got a 3-year-old ANGEL on my hands over here. Claire has always been the sweetest, easiest girl in existence. If there's a question as to who is going to get what - a slice of the pie, a turn with the toy - Claire gives whatever it is to the other person. Claire shares easily. If someone asks if they can use what she has or join her, she always responds with a "Sure! Sure you can!" Claire sleeps wherever and eats whatever and, honestly, as a mother, you need an easy-going child like that (especially if your other two children are the opposite in a few ways, haha). Claire loves - people,  animals, dolls (although she isn't super physical. Sis definitely has a bubble)! She is a singer, a dancer, a colorer, a pray-er, a laugher, and a talker. Three-year-old Claire uses words like actually, interesting, uncomfortable, misunderstanding, and absolutely, and most of the time she uses them kind of wrong, which means that I'm drooling over her cuteness ALL OF THE TIME.

Claire truly came from heaven as the rounded package that she is, and I say my prayers of thanks for her personality and peace so often. She is a gift. An absolute gift! I LOVE MY CLAIRE!

Pics via: her party yesterday. *Mega disclaimer* Claire turned 3 in November, but I was the sickest ever right before her big day, so her celebration was put on hold until, well, now. Ha! Ya nail some and ya miss some, right? Claire's request this year was a PURPLE PARTY, complete with purple gum balls, purple suckers, and a big cake (your wish is my command, sweet girl). Wish I would've had another Me to snap more pics - Emmy was so tired and wouldn't let me put her down, and the big shebang moved quickly - we went from a small craft to a game to a cake in about 40 minutes (woo)! Luckily I captured the most important party a' the party: that girl riiiiight there. ๐Ÿ˜ป๐Ÿ’œ
Claire's party invite ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿ‘‡ This was fun to whip up (and easy -- it's hard to go wrong with a design when the gig is a birthday and it's a'l about purple)!


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