I popped in to see my baby sister Ivy on the way home from California. She's a mommy now. To a beautiful little fuzzball who is patient and perfect. She runs a home now. She takes joy in keeping it clean and running. She has a husband now. He glows. She must be good for him. I, the big sister, couldn't be prouder.
While I enjoyed Vylette, my girls discovered why they call it Thousand Oaks with Uncle Kyle and Briz. Then we all came back to admire and maybe fight a bit over the little one.
My little niece left her mark on my chin. I walked into the gas station restroom to find an enormous blackish blue hickey on my chin. I had proof of her love for days.