5.27.2018

Update #2: Brynlie

Our spunky, hilarious, ball of sass is now FOUR!!!
 She's also breezed through her first year of preschool!
Our cute little Brynlie... She's still the same wild and crazy gal she's always been. She's either side-splittingly funny or pushing our limits so hard she makes us cry. There's really no in-between. She terrifies me for the future, but there's also a tiny part of me that knows if I can guide her spirit into the right channels, she can do wonders. She has a big personality packed in that little skin-n-bones frame and I love that about her.

She picked out this outfit herself. I was beaming with pride.
So first, birthday...

When I was 4 my mom had a company called Pony Haven come to our house. You basically rent their real-live-pony for four hours. They drop it off, let you ride it as much as you want and then they come pick it up. It was one of my most memorable birthdays because I was obsessed with horses at the time. Well, guess who else is obsessed with them? My mini-me. I looked into Pony Haven for her because I knew it would make her head explode with excitement, but it was hella expensive. I mentioned this in passing to my AMAZING friend and neighbor who told me her cousin has horses and we were welcome to go ride them. How cool is that???

We spent a Saturday morning before her birthday party out in Tooele county riding horses. And she was in heaven. I mean... just look at this!
She and Kennedy both got to ride around for about an hour and a half and it was perfect! We were so grateful they let us come and have some fun.




After horseback riding we went home and made it just in time for her horse-party. She kept saying the two things she wanted for her party were friends and balloons. Since a 3 year old doesn't really have a lot of friends... we did the best we could. And it was so much fun!
 We played Pinterest games that lasted a whole 15 minutes of a 2-hour party, but everyone had fun anyway.

 Ms. Particular had a specific list of things she wanted. Lucky, everyone delivered and she was spoiled rotten. We now have horses coming out our ears. And Barbies, which I guess she's suddenly into? But they have to be naked or she can't play with them. Butt. Freaking, Naked.
Her birthday was a wild success and she's already making plans for next year.


She also finished her last day of her first year of preschool recently.
We went for her program and I was looking forward to actually watching a child do something this time since Kennedy is too shy to ever sing or participate. But B spent the whole time lifting up her dress and showing everyone her boobies just to get a rise out of me. So that was fun.
She did like school a lot and she learned more than she was willing to share in the program. And they made us books about our kids and her answers were the freaking bomb!
Rory is her best friend. And apparently the only person who matters.
In all honesty I love my little Boo more than I can say. I love that she cuddles with me and still holds my hand. I love that she will stop what she's doing and nurture Logan. I love how she looks like a stiff breeze might carry her off. I secretly love her quirky eating-habits and how she is a little sugar addict. Even though it drives me crazy most days I love that she's independent enough to know what she wants to wear and look like that day.  I love that she's a goof off and does things to make people laugh. She's one special little girl.

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