Do you blame her for asking?!
Who wouldn't want this little stud for a prince charming all dressed up in his tuxedo?
As much as she adores her little brother now, I have a feeling these will be words to tuck away for some time down the road when she might need a little reminder of how much she loves her brother.
But he sure does look cute in that little tuxedo I scored a few months back for just $15, doesn't he??!
We've been going to a lot of weddings lately and especially since Sienna got to be a flower girl for my brother and new sister-in-law's wedding a few months ago she has been convinced that every bride and groom are princesses and prince charmings.
And to take it a step further, she is desperate to have one of her own!
It's all she talks about.
This is her literally asking in the middle of the wedding....
"Mama, one day when I grow up I'm gonna get a prince charming like Daddy, he's gonna give me a ring right here (points to finger) and then I can get a baby in my tummy too!! I can't wait!!! I can't wait!!"
She really asks for this several times a week. Don't even get me started on the baby in the tummy deal she's always daydreaming about...
It might be my fault for telling her that Daddy is my prince charming, and you know, she really loves that guy. I don't blame her for wanting one of her own, but the girl is not even 3 yet!
Hold the stage coach and horses please!
But, alas, when we told her Jonah wouldn't be her prince charming forever she settled on the ring bearer, but I don't think it was quite what she hoped for...
But they did have fun dancing together after we convinced them it was ok to hold hands.
Now for the true confessions...
I was the same way when I was a little girl.
(I just had to show this old picture of me I found while I was packing for the move!)
I guess some of us are destined to be mothers and something just tells us from the start!
Although, wouldn't you say by the look in my sister's face here that she might not have agreed...