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The Sleepover


Emily went to her very first sleep-over on Friday night! She spent the night with one of her very best friends, Sarah Grace. I truly believe it was one of the best weekends she has ever had. In fact she said, "I am more excited than getting on a plane and going to Disney World!!!!"
When Steve came home from work I told him that Emily was spending the night at Sarah Grace's house and he said, "I'm sad....that is just so grown up."
She does not sleep at our house and she did not sleep at their house either. She woke poor Tracy up at 2:00 a.m. Steve and I were so chawed about that.
She is wanting to know when she can go again!

Comments

Salomé said…
She is so sweet!:)
Kelly said…
They grow up so fast! Sorry she did not sleep. I always think someday they will sleep so much we cannot drag them out of bed. However my 12 year old is still up at the crack of dawn so I am still waiting!
Ashley E. said…
Haha I am laughing at the Disney World comment. She is so funny!
Kelly said…
I was her age when I started having sleep overs. Such a sweet age! I love that girl!
KatieB. said…
Awww what a special memory. She's so cute. I love her excitement for life.
That IS so grown up!! My 6 year old just stayed over with a friend about a month ago and I think I was the one that didn't sleep that night, worried about him!
Yoli said…
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Sarah said…
Girls of all ages love sleepovers! I'm so happy for you that she lasted there the whole night! :)

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