Four

First she turned one.

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Little one-year-old-T demolishing her birthday cake.

The she was two.

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Little T in her authentic cowboy books from Texas, waiting for her guests to arrive.

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Then she turned three.

Tomorrow, this little girl turns four.

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Yes, as you can probably guess from her birthday banner, she’s going to have a Frozen-themed birthday party on Saturday, so help me God.

She’s growing up way too fast, isn’t she?

Linking this post up with PODcast’s #WhatsTheStory.

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10 Comments

  1. YES! She is growing up way too fast! I wish I knew a way to make it stop – or even slow down, but alas… I don’t.

    Extra Happy Birthday to Little T – and suddenly I feel the desire to watch Frozen! Not having a little girl in the house means I haven’t been burned out yet! (Hahahaa – Frozen, burned out… ๐Ÿ™‚ )

  2. As mother to “FOUR” daughters…none of whom are 4 anymore, I want to share two things with you.
    First, savor every single moment. It goes quickly. Second, I am still NOT “burned out” (Thanks, Kate) on Frozen!

  3. Happy birthday little T!!! It was all a bit emotional for me this year Dean, so grown up all of a sudden and off to school to boot *sobs*.
    Proper beautiful your girl is, but you must know that! Hope you all have an amazing day xxx

    • I know what you mean Katie, I feel exactly the same. And their off to school the next week! How did that happen?! It’s just a bit overwhelming isn’t it?

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