Zara you recently turned two. Like most I can’t believe where the last two years have gone. You are a little person now.
You have a wide ranging vocabulary. You don’t always get words spot on but you try and say everything. You certainly understand everything we say to you.
You are still as busy as ever, from sun up to sun down you are on the go all the time. You don’t walk anywhere you run and jump.
You prefer to be on your feet than in the Pram. You go everywhere by foot. I can’t believe you are only two. I am told I was the same.
You love your bot bot – your milk. I’m sure you would exist on a diet of milk alone if I’d let you.
You are a fussy eater and don’t eat much. Unless it is choc choc, bic bics, or risps.
You like playing with your brother, most of the time. You have been known to push him or take his toys. But he’s starting to fight back. Lucky me.
You have stopped napping in the day. Thanks. But you go to bed at seven and sleep till seven – I love you.
You love cars. That’s your father in you. We have so many plastic sit on cars it drives me crazy. You also love to wheel round on bikes.
You also have a weird obsession with doors. Always opening and closing them, wherever we are.
You have started to become so brave. You were once scared of rides that moved. Now you love them. We can’t get you off them and you actually ask for money to put in the machines.
You have the most gorgeous blue eyes and brightest whitest blond hair I have ever seen.
You have a sense of humour that astounds me for your age.
You love to dance.
You love your sister Lauren and your cousin mimi – Imi.
You love Nanny Bebble and Grandad.
You are a happy and smiley little girl but are no stranger to a tantrum. You have stared to say no to me. A lot.
You can be very stubborn. Given your parents it’s really no surprise.
You, Zara, are the light of my life.
You make me happy. True, you can drive me crazy too.
You scare the life out of me with your daring nature.
You make me smile.
You make me feel a love I never knew.
You (and your brother) are the best thing in my life.
You make me feel like I am home.
You are so loved.