Friday, November 22, 2013
Random Talk / Sierra Pic / Hollister
Sierra.... Fall of 2013.... 9 years old
I love this girl's smile and her bubbly nature. She is always skipping through the house and is what some refer to as a free spirit. I would say she is "uninhibited". She does not see limits usually. She is confident. She thinks she can do everything. She has been telling me how to drive since she was able to utter her first words. When my oldest was in public school and we would go to pick her up Sierra would sit behind me in her car seat and every time a car would move forward she would say, "Go! You are going to miss your child!" I would turn around and say, "I don't need a two year old to tell me how to drive." It was really cute. Not as cute the 1,000th time she would say it, though. ;) She is the kind of kid that can put together an outfit that you would think was hideous until you saw it on her. She just has that flair... sort of a trendsetter type. I never was a trendsetter, so I watch in amazement sometimes when she walks out in some unusual outfit that somehow works... on her. She likes to be funny... and she likes to aggravate her siblings... only she does not always realize she is doing it. She just has a knack for getting in other people's business and bossing them around and telling them how to do things. She refers to herself as "the little momma" and she tries to do my job. Caden is "her baby". In fact, Sahara kind of was, too, but the little momma got tired of the "scream machine" (Sahara)... she still mothers her, though. She just likes to claim the one that screams less. She has confidence... and uninhibited confidence. I wish I had a little bit of that... ummmm... wait... I do in some areas. She has a servants heart, but already she gets tired of people taking advantage of her because of it. She is sneaky and likes to trick people for a good laugh.
That shirt she is wearing... I just want to say that we don't shop at Hollister. In fact, we don't even walk in that store or Ambercrombie because of the inappropriate over-sexualization. The reason she has that shirt is that my husband had his English students write letters to various businesses of their choice asking for free merchandise and Hollister sent a box of shirts for his students. My kids have two of them. For several years they wore them as nightgowns. Now, they wear them as shirts. We still won't shop there, though.
So, I felt like sharing a picture and being rather random.