It's so easy to remember the first time I held our little girl. Her brothers adored her. Scott, especially was always very protective of her. She was soooooo beautiful!
We called her sunshine because she was always smiling. As a toddler when I would go into her room to take her out of bed, she was standing up waiting for me….and always with a huge smile.
At the age of 4 she wanted to be a Christmas tree when she grew up ….. but of course…..Christmas trees are lit up and decorated and sparkly.
As she has grown into a young woman, that beauty hasn't faded. Jenny has a compassionate, kind and loving heart. If she's not working, she's sure to be helping at school, soccer, scouts, taking pictures….bringing a meal to a friend with cancer.
As for the pictures….Jenny has an "eye" for capturing the essence of a person when she is doing a shoot. It's not a trait easily learned; rather I think it is innate.
Jenny has inner strength that she draws from. She speaks to groups of DUI offenders and driving schools and some high schools about the danger and consequences of drunk driving. I'm sure she has saved countless families the tragedy of losing a child at the hands of a drunk driver. She has given motivational speeches at schools. And each time she touches another life.
We love you so much, Jenny, and we are so proud of you because of the woman you are. You and Chad have blessed us with three grand blessings, each one unique and special.
There's so much more I could say, but some things are only spoken in the heart.
I'm glad you were born (even tho I did have to spend a nite in false labor ;} )!