Little Moments

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Tonight was one of those nights filled with sweet moments that I hope to never forget. Because I want to remember them, I’m writing them here.

  • We stopped at Home Depot to pick up pots for the vegetables that we are growing with Claire and she was delighted to help “water” all the flowers in the nursery area. She went around to each one with her empty watering can and made a “shhh”-ing noise as she pretended to water them.

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  • We stopped for dinner and, when leaving, found a dog wandering the parking lot with their leash still attached. The three of us walked around for 20 minutes trying to find the owner, and the whole time Claire was so excited to have this new dog with us. Finally, the owner drove up and was so happy to get their sweet dog back and Claire started clapping then exclaimed “Yippee! Hooray! Doggy’s Daddy!” It was so sweet!!!
  • When we got home, she played in her little playhouse for a bit and asked Daddy if he built the house for her. He said yes. She then put her hand on his shoulder and said, “Good job Daddy.” 😍😍
  • Then, we were putting her to bed and I told her I had a headache. She pretended to give me something to help and asked if I felt better. I told her yes and she promptly put her hand up to her ear (as if she was making a phone call) and started saying, “Hi, Nana. Yeah Mommy head hurts. Mhmm mhmm it’s okay now. Yeah. Yeah Nana. Her head hurts. But it’s ok. I helped.” I asked if she was talking to Nana and she said yes and then proceeded to pretend to talk to Papa. It was so sweet.

I can’t get over how smart and caring she is. How did we get so lucky??

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2 thoughts on “Little Moments

  1. Oh, that is one of the sweetest posts ever. I can totally picture Claire in every scenario you described. You should be so proud of the beautiful, sweet, thoughtful and loving daughter you are raising😀.

  2. What a heart-touching story! Definitely a sweet memory, one of many more to come, I’m sure! So thankful you have this format with which to not only share with us, but also as a way to memorialize them too 🙂 xoxo

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