Julia, 18 months

20 March 2012



Julia Grace and the terrible twos are currently reigning high and mighty in our abode these days. I know, I'm sorry I haven't yet covered her atrocious behavior in multiple posts. . .

So, I'm happy I took time out of my busy schedule to revisit some of our happier memories with the Monsddler. This casserole of clips shall serve as a present and future reminder that she is indeed human, has the ability to smile, and that her disposition has the potential to be semi-sweet.

As with all posted videos, only the grandparents are required and expected to watch as I realize clips of other people's children doing mundane things might not be your thing. And - you've probably already seen the majority of the vid ... dancing, meeting Sebastian, first steps, more dancing, a tantrum, and a happy ending.

Also, this cinematographic genius makes up for the fact that I will probably never trouble myself with children's birthday party details ... or birthday parties in general until the age of proven and concrete memories. Cruella Madre.

20 comments:

  1. Whatever. I totally watched the whole video and loved it. Favorite moments: Her what the f*ck face when seeing her new little brother, crying with what I believe to be hot dogs, and the kiss at the end.

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  2. Gabriel, age 4, and self-titled "Lover of Babies", has dubbed her "THE CUTEST BABY EVER!"
    Only Gabriel kept referring to Julia as a "he".
    Oh, and just to up the confusion, Gabriel referred to Sebastian as "the cute baby's brother baby", but would then slap the female pronoun onto Sebastian.

    I think I'm doing something wrong here.

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  3. Is it weird that I might've shed a tear or two when you were introducing her to Sebastian? Ya, it kinda is. Hiding my head in shame.

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  4. This is the sweetest video ever. She is so genuine in her happy moments and her not as happy moments!

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  5. Okay, I totally teared up when she met Sebastian. What a great moment.

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  6. I got tears in my eyes at the end when she gives Sebastian a little kiss! Aw, I miss you, and them, and want to visit...

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  7. Made me smile. Made me laugh. Made me cry. As Aunt Heidi would say, "You bet-cha!!"

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  8. oh my gosh, white girl's got moves! and like everyone else with a human heart who viewed this, I may have shed tears during the great meet up.

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  9. that dang crazy J making this hormonally unstable woman cry like a gigantic baby! LOVE LOVE LOVED it...esp the end, it gives me hope! Happy 18 months J!

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  10. This made me cry. What a bright spirit she has! Beautiful, dramatic, adventurous, independent. Something tells me she's going to grow up to be a lot like her mama--and while that isn't always going to make your house peaceful (I know), it will make it such a special adventure. Happy year-and-a-half, Julia!

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  11. Um, no fair pairing such cute clips with that song...sniff sniff.

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  12. Started crying....mostly because I feel like Sea bass will be that age by the time I actually meet him...oh and perfectly paired song.

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  13. Awww, adorable. Love her giving Sebastian the kiss at the end.

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  14. I watched the whole thing and loved it! I loved all her dance moves!! And that kiss at the end was precious. Loved it!!!

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  15. um. i miss her and love her. loved the vidd.

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  16. We've all watched it at least twice, in case you're wondering about the J devotion in the Q. Who was the granny dancer?

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  17. My baby fever just went through the roof! I love Little J! What happIness!
    Can't wait to visit you guys!

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  18. Everyone, including me, that has seen that video has cried. Thanks :)

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  19. i nearly shed a tear. and i'm not a cryer!

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