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Fun morning

This morning, Kirsi and I had a Mommy-Daughter outing. I needed to get her some sandals and it's just too hard to do it with Aidan along (he's already impatient with shopping and he's only 5 months old! lol). So, Derwin kept Aidan and Kirsi and I hit the mall. We went to Falabella and tried on a few different pairs of shoes; Kirsi was so great during it all. She tried them on, walked around for me, told me which ones she liked best and sat patiently while I looked for different sizes. Then we found her a pair of jeans because she outgrew her size 2s and her other jeans are too big in the waist for her and another pair of summer pants. She's all ready for the summer now!

Then, we went for coffee together. She bought me a coffee and a carrot muffin for herself with money that Daddy gave her. We sat outside and enjoyed our coffee time. It was a lot of fun - we watched people and giggled together. It felt so great. :)

After that, we went to Easy, a store sort-of like Home Depot, to find some pool things. We got a noodle and a set of water wings for her. Those should help her feel more comfortable in the water without having to hold on to Der. We're going to try them out later this afternoon. She was so thrilled with them, she wanted to carry the noodle through the mall herself to the car!

It was a great morning with her. I love my little girl so much!!
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