Thursday, September 13, 2012

My Little Libby

Libby turned eight last Friday. 
My BABY is almost ten. 
Oh my heavens. 
So, in honor of Libby's big day and in correlation with the recent Parenthood season premier, I've had the Parenthood theme song stuck in my head for weeks. 
I love it. 
And I love the message it has for my daughter. 
So, let's take a little stroll down Libby memory lane, shall we: 

May God bless and keep you always. 

May your wishes all come true. 

May you always do for others and let others do for you. 

May you build a ladder to the stars and climb on every rung. 

And may you stay forever young. 

May you grow up to be righteous.

May you grow up to be true. 

May you always know the truth and see the lights surrounding you. 

May you always be courageous...

....stand upright and be strong. 

May you stay forever young. 

May your hands always be busy

May your feet always be swift. 

May you have a strong foundation... 

...when the winds of changes shift.

May your heart always be joyful. 


May your song always be sung. 

May you stay forever young

Happy birthday to the girl who made me a mom. 
God has big, big things in store for you, little one. 
I just know it. 

Today Libby and I are embracing the camera over at my fav-o-rite blog
If you're stopping by, welcome. Sit and stay a while and let's be friends, mkay? 


  1. She has grown beautifully. You are blessed.


  2. This made me cry... so sweet. And I need to watch parenthood.

  3. Oh you made tears spring to my eyes! This day will come far too fast for me too. Your girl is beautiful :)

  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the compliment on my baby girl. Your girl is adorable, too! I loved seeing the pictures of her as she grew. Looks like you had an awesome party for her. Keep cherishing her! Take care xoxo

  5. What sweet pictures! Pretty girl : )

  6. That first photo is, to date, my all time your baby - then, today, always. xx

  7. Oh my goodness!!! absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!! that smile is so precious!


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