I've been meaning to post this for well...4 months. So here it is, Cambria's 20 questions at 4 years old!
1. What is your favorite color? Purple
2. What is your favorite thing in your room? Baby cradle and my blankies and my lamp
3. What is your favorite fruit? Honeydew melon
4. What is your favorite thing to watch? Enchanted
5. What is your favorite thing to learn about? Dinosaurs
6. What is your favorite thing to wear? New mermaid costume
7. What is your favorite game? Bowling
8. What is your favorite snack? Fruit ropes
9. What is your favorite animal? Kangaroos
10. What is your favorite song? Wide Awake by Katy Perry
11. What is your favorite book? The Napping House and Polly's Pink Pajamas
12. Who is your best friend? Casey
13. What is your favorite food? Macaroni and cheese
14. What is your favorite thing to do outside? Help Daddy plant in the garden
15. What is your favorite thing to drink? Lemonade
16. What is your favorite holiday? Christmas because you get presents
17 What do you like to take to bed with you at night? Blankies
18. What is your favorite thing to do with Mommy? Calender
19. What is your favorite thing to do with Daddy? Going places with Daddy
20. What do you want to be when you grow up? Work at Cracker Barrel! Here is her video from last year at 3!
Every day I am so SO happy to spend my days with my children. Every day has difficult moments in which I have to remind myself why I am doing what I am doing and why it is valuable. Every day I look at my children and feel so in love with them. Every day I feel sad when I realize how much time has passed since each one first entered our lives. Fours years, two years, and ten months is not long for someone who has adult children, but to me it is significant. Truly, where does the time go? I wake up with a mixture of happiness and sadness. Happy for a new day to spend living out my current passion, but sad that another day has come and gone. I worry that my time with my children will end quicker than I am expecting. I fear it, but I'm glad the thought is always present in my mind. I think living without an awareness of your own mortality is worse. But I've come to realize the only way to overpower that fear is to live more fully. My children are heathy and thriving and growing each day and that is awesome. Every day I want to cherish my time, my life, and all the goodness I have to be thankful for. I have much to be thankful for.