Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Happy 4th Birthday Princess Kira!

Back in January, Kira Jane turned 4. What a beautiful and intelligent girl she is turning out to be.

For her birthday dinner she wanted to go to "the japanese restaurant where you get your own food" which is the CHINESE buffet. The boys rejoiced and piled their plates full.
I signed Kira up for ballet and bought her ballet uniform for her. She LOVES her ballet class. And we have received many compliments on her PERFECT ballet bun. I always let them know that I feel a lot of pressure to get it just right, because it is the only time all week that Kira will actually let me touch her hair with a brush. I don't think they will let me get away with that excuse for much longer.
Kira is registered to begin school in September. She is more than ready for junior kindergarten. She is already beginning to read and write. And more importantly she WANTS to do it, chooses to do it. After 3 reading resistant pre-school boys, I think it will be a nice feeling to finally send a kid off to school already reading!

She is trying to decide what she wants to be when she grows up. She has moved past her plans of being a ballerina, and now it's a toss up between being a "doctor for everything" and a kindergarten teacher. If she teacher kindergarten, she will ask the kids, "What is your name sweet little miss?" and all of the kids will respond, "My name is junior." My mom had a good suggestion for her though, she should wait until she has at least started kindergarten before she makes her final decision.


Jenni said...

Too cute about the future it ever too early to begin planning?

She is just beautiful.

Melissa said...

LOL, I think she has a while to go before she has to make up her mind. I can't believe Kira is four either. Ack. You know, I think she changes the most out of all your kids. She just constantly looks different as she grows. She's lovely and I can't wait to see more ballerina pictures.

You need a more femine sport to go to now and then. hehe

Four year olds are soo sweet, they are big, but still little. Precious. I can't help but feeling like I'm missing a four year old boy, but the state would never approve us for adoption. LOL