she still loves gymnastics and is actually a natural gymnast. it's amazing how flexible she is! she recently did the high beam for the first time and didn't even look afraid. i love watching her do gymnastics more than just about anything!
she looks so much older these days. she's losing that baby toddler chub and turning into that little preschooler. crazy how fast that happens without you even realizing it. she is riding Ellie's old bike with training wheels now. she loves that thing with the baby seat in back. M is convinced she's gonna be riding sans training wheels soon, and i'm all like, drrrreeeamm on buddy! Alice does things when she wants and she does not seem to be anywhere NEAR wanting to go on her own. she moves like a turtle on that thing! an adorable turtle. but still.
we are still doing joy school together. oh man, it's the cutest bunch this year! Alice Waltman, Tate French, Peter Smith and our Alice. they are so laid back and chill- it's so fun to be doing it with the almost exact group we did it with when Ellie was in it. it's funny to see how all of us moms have really settled down since we first started. these kids really are a dream together though! i love them all.
Alice's happy place these days is sitting at the kid table to draw pictures. i love that! she always has a story behind her pictures and is always coloring or painting or drawing for someone. it's the cutest thing! her artwork always impresses me, too! my favorite moment was catching her coloring her little heart out while she was dressed up as Cinderella, and hummed the whole entire time. such a cute, creative little thing!
and i absolutely love her style and outfits. she is an original! she definitely marches to the beat of her own drum, and does NOT care if i don't approve of an outfit. in fact, my disapproval is more like a stamp of approval in her book! is that normal at 3??
from head to toe, i love her more and more every day. cute Alice Joy.