We racked our brains on what inside things we could do with her, and ultimately decided just to go the mall, Costco, and Torchy's Tacos. At the very least, she could get a peak a Santa.
So, here it is...get ready for a lengthly picture run-down of the day:
Looking at an aquarium with Daddy.
Went to see Santa (behind us) but she wasn't impressed, or inclined to say Hi.
Treated her to a vanilla steamer and cookie.
We found this wild child some parents let loose in Nordstroms.
I hope she'd have better sense to not stick her hand towards a shark's open mouth in a real-life situation.
She thought if she could grab it, it was hers. I'm pretty sure the people in the handbag department loved us. Wouldn't it be nice if life were like that? Hmmm...here's a Coach purse... it's MINE!
Getting some lip gloss at the YSL counter...because that's just how she rolls.
This was about trip #3 up and down the escalators.
The man in her life.
We had to get her Smoothie King because she won't eat anything at Torchy's. We don't accommodate to her at all...why do ask?
I think this is the only picture that exists of all four of my children looking at the camera...and looking happy, to boot!
Her new favorite puzzle.
Seeing how close she can get to the flames.
It's really hard to believe it's been two years since the doctor pulled her out of my stomach. I remember my first thought when I saw her was, "Oh my gosh, she's huge!" I also remember that it snowed that day, which is very odd for December 2 in Texas. She's our little spit-fire and makes life interesting around here. I can't wait to see what this year holds for her and us as she continues to grow and express herself. Watch out, World!