She was born in my heart long before I met her. She gives me a feeling I adore. Her daddy yearned for a daughter, even after plenty of professionals told him he’d never have one.
She has his smile and beautiful heart. She has her momma’s up beat laughter and gentle eyes. She shares my love for all thing’s chocolate and fleece blankets on her feet.
Her wild fashion sense is all her own. Her joyous voice belting out innocent melodies from familiar songs imprints her child-like face into my memory– better then any digital image ever could.
Watching her sleep at only six years old, cradled in her daddy’s comforting and secure hands warms my soul. The way she folds her arms and cocks her head to the side, reassures me that her daddy’s blood is racing through her veins.
No playground slide or swimming pool is neither too steep or too deep for her. She will cannon ball into the biggest mud puddle with or without her princess tutu or baseball cap on. She always has the best hiding places and the wittiest come-backs. She sleeps in the most contorted ways and yet still makes it look comfortable.
She has the warmest hugs filled with the deepest love. The sparkle in her eyes, lights up any room. When you kiss her nose the feelings shows. She is the bestest big sister and the toughest little sister ever. She is the smartest 1st grader this side of the country– I’m sure of it. She has the cutest little hands and the longest hair. She has the loudest, stinkiest farts around, but we all love her dearly for just being– Madison Renee’. She will grow up so beautifuly
“Every time I see your bubbly face, I get the tingles in a silly place”– Colbie Caillat