Saturday, November 20, 2010


A child's first year is often documented through milestones...first smile, first time slept through the night, first foods, giggle, sitting up, standing, walking, words, royal thrown-down tantrum in public. After those first couple of years, a lot of the "firsts" are conquered, and our thoughts of milestones in our children's lives seem to diminish with time.But when you really think about it, life is made up of a series of matter how old you get. They consist of little steps through life that show everyone around that life is moving milestone after another.
Today was a special day in the life of a little miss Emma Ferrell. It started like most other Saturday mornings...Dad wakes up with the kids and fixes them cinnamon rolls (what can I say? I have one awesome husband who lets me sleep in on Saturdays). They all dress themselves in mixed-matched clothes and drape strands of their uncombed bedheads into the frosting from their breakfast. They watch an exorbitant amount of Spongebob and head outside to play while their lazy no-good mother pulls her rear out of bed.Shortly after waking this morning, Jay barreled into the house with "you've got to come and see this!" Walking out in my own disheveled sweat shirt and pajama pants, I saw my middle child riding up and down the street on her bike without training wheels...looking like she had been doing it all her life. How does that happen? How does it just "click", and they know how to do it?I'm proud of my sweet little Emmabear. She's growing up so fast and is turning out to be one amazing kid.


cmoursler on November 21, 2010 at 1:54 AM said...

congratulations! Wait till you are teaching them how to drive. There's a milestone. lol

jengame on November 21, 2010 at 1:53 PM said...

Yay, Emma! You are amazing!

Heidi on November 22, 2010 at 4:54 AM said...


Wow, cant believe shes two-wheelin it! Thats wonderful, the expression on her face said it all :) LOVE these pics, so sweet.

Someday I hope Jack gets to experience riding a bike. Its so sad that he still doesnt have the coordination of strength to pedal. But someday I hope. HUGS to your littleones tonight-
Heidi & Jack.

mikejogs on November 23, 2010 at 8:11 AM said...

How cool is that! Love, Pawpaw

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