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Weekend Visitors

This weekend, we had one of my dear friends, Kelly, come and visit from Little Rock. Kelly brought her seven year old daughter. Lauren. This was a special treat for Emily, since she loves hanging out with older girls. I let the girls sleep together in Emily's big bed. We have continued with Emily sleeping in the big bed since Lauren went home. Emily is always saying, " I a big girl!" This bed is extremely high and I pray every night that E will not fall out. So far, so good!
Kelly and I have been friends for 35 years.


Comments

Kelly said…
Lauren and Emily are so cute together! I know she was thrilled to hang out with a "big" girl!
Meredith said…
I love all of those pictures! Lauren loves Emily! Glad ya'll had such a great time!
Jennifer said…
Such cute pictures of the girls together! I know it was so fun!

I have been meaning to tell you that I showed my MIL your built-ins that you had repainted in your living room and suggested she do that to her's because they were very similar. She had them painted about 2 weeks ago and LOVES them. They look really good! Her living room color is similar to yours so I knew it would look great! Thanks for sharing the make over!
His Doorkeeper said…
That was probably the best thing for Emily that a "BIG GIRL" got to sleep with her in her big bed! Now it's the thing to do!!

Lauren and Emily look so cute together!
Lauren said…
Sooooo cute! :)

I know how fun it is when your little to have sleepovers, haha!!

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