My second eldest child is probably my most complex. There’s not a day that does not go by that she does not astound me with something she has to say or her compassion for others. Sadly she is entering the girl world of hormones and emotions and it’s already taking her for quite the roller coaster ride. Meet Kenna
When she’s not busy planning her trips around the world or how she’ll survive in the wilderness of Alaska where she can live with the wolves…
You can usually find her somewhere out in nature
She reminds me so much of myself at this age. Ready to take on the world and rid it of all the injustice. She loves all living things well except spiders. She says she feels the same way about spiders as I do with snakes. So we’ve made an agreement. She handles the snakes, and I handle the spiders. It works out pretty well.
We share a birthday. True Story! I joke with her that all I wanted for my birthday was a turkey sandwich,instead I got a 10 day late baby girl. I won’t lie. I was terrified of the thought of having a girl. Somehow I had always imagined having only boys. I told my mom once “Do you REMEMBER me as a girl?” (like she could forget)
Now I can’t imagine my life without Kenna. She’s not your typical girl,then again neither am I.
I cannot wait to watch and see the kind of woman she grows up to be. I truley believe she’ll be one of the people to change the world.