A Letter to my Girls Part 2

You were the sweetest natured little girls ever known.  I have heard that twins tend to be easier than singletons and I can confirm from my experience of you two that this is true.  You were always smiling, from the moment you woke:

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to moment you snuggled down together at night:

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And all the minutes in between:

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all of which you spent together:

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and with your brother of course:

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The three of you spent all day, every day with each other, loving and giggling your way through every moment:

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It didn’t really matter what was going on, as long as you were together you were happy:

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When you were coming up to your third birthday, we moved to Ireland where we spent three of the happiest years.  We all have incredible memories of our time there, and maybe one day we will return.

In Ireland we went on many adventures together:

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and then there was the dressing up.  Always dressing up and pretending:

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I still remember your first day of home school and how excited you were:

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You were joys to teach, from the word go, and I am so, so blessed to have been your teacher.  Shortly after, more dreams came through as a baby sister joined the three of you.  But that’s a story for tomorrow.

Happy tears are rolling down my face as I look over the happiness of your childhoods.  Girls, I couldn’t feel more blessed than I do right now, or more proud.  I’m not sure why I was chosen to be your mummy but, honestly, nothing could have made me more content or fulfilled me as much as being your mummy ❤

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