off to kindergarten where I’m sure she’ll befriend, not only everyone in her
class, but everyone at Ridgecrest Elementary, because that’s how Josie rolls.
She makes a new friend every place she goes, no matter what age. This concept
is completely foreign to me since I am quickly approaching 40 and try to avoid
making new friends at all costs. Clearly, she gets this from her dad.
kitchen, and making everyone around her laugh, all while keeping her hands on
her hips. She likes to dress up in all sorts of sparkly attire and then wrestle
with her brothers outside. She’s the perfect mix of glitter, dirt and sass, and
I love it. Maybe not the sass part so much.
have to deal with me.”
I just put on lipstick.”
still can’t say packack!” (backpack)
to two women in burkas)
talking about a real one.”
and I still can’t say brefdis!” (breakfast).
Josie: “And I helped make it, so you have to say it’s good.”
Jen: “What for?” Josie: “Because I’m so
isn’t really funny, cuz little kids fall off slides and stuff like that.
soccer player when I grow up, so I don’t really know what to do.”
|One of my favorite poses|