Daddy's Little Girl
June 22, 2007 11:30pm CST
I've got an active little girl. She follows me around the house talking non stop. She likes to play and read books. She likes everything from playing with dolls to climbing trees. She is a hand full. Sometimes I wonder where she gets the energy. Running around the house and asking loads of questions. I love her so much though. Any other Proud Papa's or Mama's out there?
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• United States
23 Jun 07
I got two daughters here...and they are not always act like an angel...sometimes they can be this double trouble...but love them very much. Just couple weeks ago, i just attended my first daughter graduation ceremony ( she's just graduate kindergarten )...I can't explain how I feel...i'm so proud of her, i swear i can feel my tears of joy came out that day!
23 Jun 07
It must be great to have a daughter/son who always like to do what is good for her. My friends son is quit the oppisite. He has to keep telling him that he cant just eat ice cream all the time. He also has too keep telling him he has to read for school.
27 Jun 07
i dont have kids yet :D heh still childrens tend to have loads of energy stored in them , i know a child just like you describe your daughter, she goes around the house asking and talking again and again but she sleeps at 12 in the night and she never gets tired , i think children dont get tired that easily cause they are young.
26 Jun 07
Oh that is a lovely age, I remember it well. It is the serious look on their face as they chatter away as though they have the whole responsibility of the universe on their little shoulders. I once was up a ladder fixing the roof and had my hands full with roof tiles when I heard a little voice behind me asking me what I was doing and what were those square things and why was I pushing that thing and ... Our 4 year old had climbed up the ladder behind me and was 20 foot above concrete! Luckily my wife had noticed her gone and guessed she had gone to daddy. Totally oblivious to any danger she just quietly climbed back down the ladder to our huge relief.