Happy 10th!!


Happy 10th Birthday, girl! I am so behind writing your birthday letter, but December birthday letters always seem to come a few months late. I tend to need a little extra time to recover from all of the excitement and hustle and bustle from the holidays.

I loved how you planned your very own birthday party this year. You got every detail together, made invitations, and handed them all out on your own. You are growing up to be an independent young lady, and that’s not a bad thing! You know what you want in life, and you go for it.

I love that about you, but what I love most is hearing you belt out gospel songs as you wash and fold the laundry each day. You do everything in life with a song in your heart. Whether it’s folding clothes or helping Daddy on the farm, you always have a cheerful attitude.

Your laugh is contagious and has to be reeled in every once in awhile. But, I’m so glad you can laugh and find joy no matter what situation arises. You are such a blessing!

Time is going by so quickly, but each and every minute with you is one well spent. I’m so thankful that the Lord brought you to us almost 4 years ago! We love you way more than you could ever imagine.

Love Always,

Mommy 💗

Nehemiah 8:10 – …for the joy of the LORD is your strength.

Alayla’s Birthday Interview:

How old are you? 10
What is your favorite food? Pizza
What do you hope you never have to eat again? Lasagna
What is your favorite thing to do? Play outside
What is your favorite animal? Horses
What makes you happy? Spending time with my family
What is the best memory from when you were 9? Going to NY
What is one thing you’d like to do while you are 10? Go on a cruise
What would you like to do when you grow up? Be a veterinarian
What is your favorite song? Mr. Red, White, and Blue
Where is your favorite place to eat? Texas Roadhouse
What is your favorite book? The Bible
Where would you like to go on vacation? Disney
What would you like the world to know? The world needs the Lord

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