“Daughters Day”πŸ’ƒπŸΎπŸ’πŸ½πŸ‘―

Well it isn’t exactly on the calendar but every day is “their” day. Who are “they”? Well I’m glad you asked. My four daughters of course. They range in age from 10 to 16 and they remind me of it everyday. From my 15 year old bribing my 10 and 11 year old to do her chores for candy or some of her chips πŸ˜‘ to them arguing over who wore who’s headband while a line pile up at the bathroom door as they tell my 16 year old to get out of the bathroom mirror taking selfies so that they can pee! πŸ˜† Oh the joys! They are overall very good kids though. They are doing very well in school, and they help out a lot around the house. Even though the house may seem out of balance at times they keep me well balanced. Sometimes I want to scream and my youngest daughter will quote a scripture to get me back on track. My 11 year old is very giving and she calms a lot of chaos in the house (even if she causes it) by always sharing and being the bigger person. My 15 year old helps out a lot and makes sure that her little sisters are doing what they are supposed to (including doing her chores) and last but not least my 16 year old who is the replica of me. She always comes to spend time with me and let me know what’s going on in her life (after she talks to her friends on the phone and finish posting selfies online). They grow up so fast and I wouldn’t trade them for the world. They remind me that I do have someone who is looking up to me and everyday that God grants me life I’m reminded that today is “Daughters day”! 😊

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