Sunday, September 2, 2007

Mommy's Little 'Helper'

Becca thinks she is at least 4 or 6 years old.

Seriously.

It is so funny for me to watch because we never went through this when Hannah was a toddler since Abby was so close to her age anyway (they're 20 months apart). But this little one doesn't just want to be like her big sisters and doing everything they do - she thinks she can. And boy does she get mad when she can't quite manage to do something or is told she can't...

She insists on eating or coloring at the kitchen table and wants to sit in the 'big' chairs like her sisters do - never mind that the table is at chin level...



She only wants to swing on the 'big' swings at the park - no baby swings for this little girl.



(Look hard to the right, LOL)

She thinks she can dress herself like the big sisters do.



She steals plays with their toys.



She is very proud of herself for finally being able to climb up onto the couch without a boost.



And...

She helps with the housework.








I've been telling her that she's only 19 months old and there's plenty of time to work on catching up to Abby and Hannah. So far she doesn't seem to believe me though. :)

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9 wonderful people said...:

Skittles said...

She is absolutely ADORABLE! I had to make hubby come see even. :)

Eileen said...

She is so beautiful!! I loved looking at the pictures, you truly captured her independent nature, but seeing her in action was such a treat. What a lucky mommy you are to have such beautiful girls. Thanks for sharing!

kailani said...

What a smart and independent girl she is! So cute!

Summer said...

She is so darling!

Karen (Pediascribe) said...

She just wants to keep up with the big girls! How sweet. Great pictures!

~Amber~ said...

How absolutely adorable!!!! ALL of it! Specially the swings. LOL!

Carrie said...

The youngest ones grow up WAY too fast, huh!?!

Michelle said...

Oh Deb! What an absolutely priceless post! What a little character she is! :D

we are reilly said...

GREAT pictures -- love them! Is it sad to have her grow up so fast?