A collection of magic filled questions from Wonder Girl, the most wonder-full girl in all of the world.
One day you wondered, "Does the rain fly away?"
Another day you asked, "Is the sun stretching before it gets up for the day?"
When you were two-and-twee-twarters, you told you pretty school teacher, "When I was a baby, I was LOST on TV."
Then you wondered, "How did I get out?" And, "Who came to find me?"
"Do you see the pixie dust twinkling in the air?"
And, "Why don't girl dinosaurs have any hair?"
"Where do waterfalls come from?"
"What do butterflies eat?
"How many friends will I have?"
And, "How will we all meet?"
"When will my wings work?
And, "Can I drive a car?"
"Why is the way to Grandma and Grandpa's so far?"
I love you so much. It just breaks my heart.
"Well do you have another one?!" You asked with a start.
You are the most wonder-full person I ever have known.
May you continue to wonder long after you're grown.
Happy Birthday Zoey! I love you.
* What do you wish for at 11:11? How about at 11:11 on 1/11/11?
To fulfill my recurrent 11:11 wish of someday becoming a published author, I plagiarized all my daughter’s words and “published” this little ditty as a real “book” on iphoto. Have you ever used the IPhoto “book” feature? It is so easy. (And I was able to include lots more photos.) Seeing wonder girl revel in her own wonder and words fills me up. I’ve decided making memories is definitely one of my most favorite parts of parenting. So is making wishes come true. And plagiarizing.
I wrote a story
with lots of pictures.