fiddlehead.....every changing, ever growing

fiddlehead....ever changing, ever growing

Sunday, April 17, 2011

look at that face!

For many people who meet Tessa it is hard to imagine that her seriously adorable face could be anything but angelic and delightful.


Well, I hate to break it to you, but Tessa has indeed mastered the fine art of 2 important skills in becoming a strong woman and at quite a young age. (And completely quite on her own)

You see, to become a strong, independent woman in the world, who knows what she wants and isn't afraid to get it, you need these 2 fundamental skills:

#1.   A serious mad face.  And not an ordinary mad face.  Oh no, it needs to mean something and you must be able to pull it out at any moment.

#2.  A powerful "NO" that is available and ready to go at any moments notice.



I assure you Tessa has this skill set down (see video below!).  I am pretty sure I am not going to have to worry about this little girl being pushed into anything.  

I happen to know there are certain people (you know who you are) reading this and laughing as they are nodding their heads delighting in the universal law of karma.  That is what energy you send out into the universe you will be returned to you.

So, while Tessa and I are not related by any genetic connection, I am fairly certain the powers that be, thought it was only appropriate that we share some important personality traits.

I am not really sure what else to say about that, except God help me....

You have to see this video of Tessa showing us her "mad face".   It is hysterical!   And frankly, to me, a little frightening.
Check this out!

9 comments:

SherilinR said...

she has a wonderful, expressive, character filled face. she reminds me of some of the little girls i've loved the most in this world.
and i really like your green kitchen!

Kristin said...

Too cute! And have you done any hair posts regarding your regimen? Her hair looks fab!

Me. Us. She. said...

I really like the giggling brothers in the background. And I sure wouldn't want that mad face pulled on me! Scary stuff! ;)

Phoenix Peacock said...

oh my goodness. How fantastic! I love it and I love that you embrace these as empowering traits for her to have as a woman.

(tonight I just finished typing my thesis which is all about how girls should express their anger!)

Cindy said...

I adore it : )

The Lost Planetista said...

Oh gosh, Tessa and Dew Drop would be great friends! Babba and I tease that we live in an "Actor's Workshop" lately. It's all mad faces, sad faces, worried faces, frustrated faces around here.
:)

Auntie Barb said...

Oh how things come back to haunt us! I remember a little face similar to Tessa's.......hmmmmm
Love your blog...for those of us who are far from you and your family, it continues to bring us a part of your life.
Auntie Barb

Amy said...

Too Cute!

kriznizzel said...

How funny. She is adorable.

Thank you for visiting the fiddlehead report!