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Little Cindy-Lou Who

As a mom I have some pretty powerful bragging rights that I'd like to lay claim to today.

I have the cutest bug in the world.

After Vicbowin was born I wasn't sure I'd ever get another girl. Ralexwin's family genes lean very strongly toward male babies and the odds were overwhelmingly against me.

Then Albowin came along, followed by the Mischievite and I began to lose hope that I would ever be able to give my daughter a sister.

Imagine my joy when the doctors announced that my newborn child was a girl. I nearly cried.

"A girl!?" I breathed, as they handed that sweet, messy bundle to me.

A girl. A sister. A daughter.

Vicbowin and I wasted no time in buying Remewin's first dress. We've taken every opportunity to primp and coddle and spoil this little delight in our lives and Remewin seems to grow brighter with our love.

But don't assume that she is immune to the fourth child syndrome. We torment her as equally as we adore her--and we video tape it all!



Ivy said…
The best thing about being a mom is teasing your kids. That was a very cute video.
Meaghan said…
I was laughing so hard when I watched this! Ahhh!! I love Remewin so much!! :)

I think she would think the same if she and I didn't have to start at square one every time I saw her :)
Saimi said…
Ha! We do the same with our cats, it's such a crack up and that little Cindy Lou Who is adorable!
Myya said…
Love it! She is a cutie!!!

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