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Emily has a new expression that she says all the time, "Mama, my hair is really growing up!" Thank goodness it is" growing up" and out! I have not had it cut since the mullet cutting in April. Truth be known, Sarah Kate's hair is actually longer than Emily's.
My girls are growing up too! Makes me sad. I am trying to enjoy each day that I have with them.
The girls are always so excited when their daddy gets home at night. When they hear the door open , they stop what they are doing and run to him. They like to play a game that Emily calls "mean bear." Steve pretends to be a bear and chase them. I tried to get some pictures tonight of a game of mean bear. I want to always remember it. The mean bear was about ready for hibernation when I took these pictures.

Comments

Kelly said…
Love this!
Harper lights up like crazy every night when Scott comes home - she just smiles and laughs. They love their daddies.
Hillary said…
Steve as a bear....how appropriate. :)
Tara G. said…
My girls love their daddy, too! My son adores him and I love watching him observe his daddy and then try to do exactly what he is doing with the same mannerisms, expressions, etc.!
Lauren said…
Soooo stinkin sweet!!! :)
Crystal Renee said…
Too cute. Darling.


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