The night before we left for a family reunion, I told Georgia to jump in the car and we would go snap some pictures of her in her baptism dress. We needed to get the invitation ordered. We were in a crunch for time.
I love the flowers that bloom at the building Walker's Montessori school used to be housed in, right next to the grocery store. They ended up being the perfect, happy backdrop for some pictures. Georgia even cooperated! Walker's teacher told me to go gather the seeds from the withered flowers to plant in my yard. They are just so gorgeous! I guess they are a big bee attractor though.
This pretty girl is a huge influencer in our home. She recently went to stay the night with her cousin Annie in Salt Lake. We were really surprised at the change in tone in our home while she was away. Georgia has presence. There is no doubt about it. We were all glad to have her come back the next evening so we could find our normal again.
The fact that I love Georgia's hair probably goes without saying. Who wouldn't love the back of this lovely head. Most of the time it is a big tangled, sticky mess. You know Georgia literally doesn't stop going, going, going all day long. It takes it's toll on her head of hair!
All I had to do to get a laugh was to remind her of something funny Lydia had done that day. Genuine smiles for her much loved baby sister!