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Celebrate the Small Things Blog Hop

Happy Friday everyone!!

It's a small party today! Why? Because I'm celebrating the small things!

1. My daughter survived her vaccines yesterday. She was so precious. She said, "Mommy, I can do this." and she asked me to pray for her. And she was so brave and sweet! Two shots in each arm and a little trickle down her cheek.

I'm thankful it's over...

What about you, beautiful guys and dolls????

Thanks, Vik!!


  1. oh my goodness, what a sweetie! She was so brave. :)

  2. Yay for your daughter. Shots are scarrry and (ow!). I got to meet my writing idols the other day which was a celebration indeed, and I got to see my mom over the weekend for mother's day. I'm also diving into revisions soon w/my ms. :D

  3. That is so cute. Glad it went ok. :-)

  4. That's really cute she asked you to pray.

  5. She is SO cute!!!!

    I'm thankful for my truly faithful friends who stick by myself and each other no matter what :) And yes that means you, too!

  6. Oh my goodness, what a brave little girl! Glad it went well ;)

  7. Oh bless glad it went well, and that it's over!

  8. Glad she made it through it like a trooper. She's got a lot of courage.

  9. Awww bless her, sounds like she is a lot braver than me. :)

  10. Oh, I remember those, and I cried every time. She was so brave! Give her a big hug, she deserves it. Those needles are scary, still!

  11. Cute story. The trickle down the cheek was a sweet touch. Made me go, "Awww..."

  12. Aw, good for her! What a trooper!

    Stopping by from the blog hop!

    Brandy's Bustlings

  13. Aw, that's great. I'm still not that brave when I have injections, and I'm probably about 25 years older than your daughter!


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