I can’t believe that my daughter is 6 months old already. Time literally FLIES and day by day as she grows up in front of my loving eyes, I can’t help but become more and more protective of her. Adi’s “regressed” in some ways in regards to her sleeping as she used to sleep in her own room, in her own crib, but has, since the move, slept in our bed, inbetween us, hands sprawled out wide (I will post these pics of our little bed hog soon hopefully). Its hilarious because she cries if she doesn’t have a pillow and always wants to be a big girl. While I on the other hand am just too weak sauce to let her cry it out in her crib (Come on, look at this pic and tell me that you would let her cry!) And if she’s not sleeping in the middle of us, she’s sleeping on my chest…which I personally think is her favorite sleeping spot (which I don’t get how that would be comfortable, it’d be like laying on a concrete wall!) Adi woke us up this morning and Sarah and I had the best time just playing and interacting with her. Some may call her spoiled, I just call her “Daddy’s Girl!”
Even though she’s not even CLOSE to dating, I’m actually kinda scared to see how I’ll handle her going out with a guy. She already has so much “boyfriends: Paka, Malakai, Kaden to name a few” and people keep saying she’s goina “break a lot of hearts” (kinda like her mom 😛 ) and after I think about it, I kinda wish she would never grow up. Sarah thinks I’m joking when I tell her we’re goina dress up in disguise and follow Adi on all of her dates, but what could be more fun on a Friday night then making some teenage or twenty something year old kid scared for his life and then dressing up really fast and following them on their date until 10:01 p.m.? All I know is I’m goina do it bad boy style and greet the kid trying to date my daughter just like this: .
**viewer discretion is advised: I edited this clip but still know I’ll get scolded for putting this up…but I just had to anyways because this clip is HILARIOUS! So if you watch it, it was by your own free will and choice.**
“Whatchu lookin at??? It better not be a boy!”