If you know Emma, you know she’s destine for the stage. She even asked if we could move to Hollywood so she could be on t.v. She’s spunky and she’s sweet and there’s a million other Emma’s in this world, but my Emma is different.
I pulled out my camera tripod the other day. Emma, sweet Emma, attached her camera to the tripod and has been making videos of herself ever since.
I remember when Emma was just a few months old. I would stare at her and wonder what her voice was going to sound like. I was new at being a girl mom and I knew it would be completely different than my previous experience of motherhood. Her voice arrived and it was perfect. It fit her like a glove, just like her name. Her personality is so her as well. She has energy like no other. She can scream and make the walls of the house shake. She is so loving and just yesterday, as I was holding Easton and pacing the house to calm him down, she said, “when I have my baby, I want to do what you do.” “You will be an amazing mother,” I replied. And with her sweet Emma voice, she replied, “because I’ll be like you.”