Peanut butter and jelly.Peanut butter and honey. Jelly. No peanut butter. Tuna fish.
This summarizes the lunch hour in my home.
Gym shorts. A dress with a bottom that can spin. Purple sweatpants, orange ruffle tank top and a pair of watermelon colored flip flops. Any variation of leggings and a too small t-shirt.
This is the morning wardrobe.
Bubbly. Blunt. Observant. Fearless.
A brief description of their everyday personalities.
Get the picture? These are my four girls. The differences between them are endless and make our days together a priceless mystery.
As a young mom, I watched my girls play. I examined how they learned and related to each other and I was continually amazed that it was possible to be born to the exact same parents, raised in the exact same family structure and somehow exude so many differences.