Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Girls Will Be Girls..

As most of you know.. after 10 years of strictly sword fights and football (of which I'd grown to appreciate and had accepted would be my only entertainment for years to come..) somehow the heavens (and perhaps my cute Mom, while hanging out up there) decided to bless me with this marvelous little thing. A girl.
And since she was bound to be my only one (seeing how we've "closed up shop" here at the Rees baby factory!) I truly believe that when they picked her out.. they made sure she was the girliest of ALL girls, ever. I can honestly say, I've never had more fun.. (and I have HAD some fun!) Just thought I'd give you a peek into a few Sophie Jo moments that make my insides happy. Enjoy!

The girl likes her purse...

I mean, she REALLY likes her purse.

She loves having imaginary make-up applied.
Even by Jasens man hands.

6 comments:

The Schiess Family said...

cutie Sophie she is all girl. I love the one where she is sleeping with her purse

Jana said...

Katy, she is soooo cute. I found your blog on Brynne's hope you don't mind me checking you out.. Well, checking your blog out. Here is mine if you ever want to check me out.. Well, my blog out.
http://3layersofheaven.blogspot.com/

Jana

Suzie Petunia said...

She is so adorable! I am happy that you have your girly-girl. I love having girls! (I say this, even as the youngest is throwing herself in a heap-of-a-tantrum on the floor...) :)

Julie said...

Sophie is so different than her predecessor cousin Madeline who would run screaming when I approached with a bow. I'm so glad your hair experiences are more fulfilling than mine were. I shall live vicariously through you two girlies.

Tricia said...

That' my darling bunk-mate...she takin' good care of my spot, I see. Now you know you HAVE to get a picture of her in the Tutu (sp)for me and send before she outgrows it. But you know she'll always be my "hick-chick"...miss you, Sophie Jo, love - Auntie Tricia :)
And, hey, there's nothing with man-hands..what are you talking about!!

Amy Lynn said...

Oh, I love, love, love having a girl. I was so afriad that with older brothers she would be somewhat "manly" but I swear it just makes her more girlie! Hurray for sweet baby girls and the pink love they bring!