It is unbelievable to me that she is so old. I remember the days when we would walk to the park each day after nap time. I would push her in the stroller to the tot lot. We would often smell the Indian restaurant getting ready for dinner. Ahhh, those were the days.
Now we are trying to get in a habit of riding bikes to school. At pick up she is often ready to go home, but her little brothers need some time to get their wiggles out. Most of the time she is patient and will wait. Typically she will eventually have fun with friends after only a bit of complaining.
All in all India is a sweet girl. She is always concerned for her friends, making sure they feel included. After living here for 3 years she has finally found her niche. Not to say she hasn’t fit in, but now I can say she has a good group of friends who care for her as she does for them. Lots came to support her on her birthday when she was baptized.
I can’t believe how grown up she is. It feels like only yesterday she was rolling around our apartment when you visited.
Happy belated birthday, India! We will try to bottle up some Bukhara scent and send it your way. It makes my stomach growl “HUNGRY!” every time we walk by. Beautiful photos! When are y’all coming to visit?
Wow- India is so absolutely stunning. What a beauty!! Congratulations on your baptism!