The BFF and the Epic Playdate

Dear Kitten,

You met your BFF, ‘M’, early on in your preschool days. You two were adorable and a great team. You keep her silly and she challenges and encourages you. If you aren’t able to always have M in your life (although I hope you do!), i hope you at least have someone like her. She’s amazing and just what you need.

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When you went your separate ways for kindergarten, it was hard on all of us. So, when you returned to your old daycare for summer camp and she didn’t, you noticed and amped up your BFF campaign.

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Resistance was futile! There’s only so long you can stonewall a pouty 6 year-old carrying a photo of her BFF around the house. The playdate happened. And it was EPIC.

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Painting, water balloon fight, hose showers, bikes, bounce house, puzzling…the works!

Your friendship didn’t skip a beat. It was beautiful 🙂

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Can’t wait to watch you two blossom into beautiful young women. Together 🙂

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10 thoughts on “The BFF and the Epic Playdate

  1. awww! they’re both so cute and sweet li’l angels. 🙂 they just made me smile

  2. How super sweet!!! I’m trying to set up a playdate with a long-lost preschool pal for Stella. Hope mine goes half as well!

  3. They are adorable!

  4. December McIntyre

    Like peas and carrots. How sweet.

  5. Sam

    I totally expected this to be a heartwarming tale about your old college BFF, and OUR impending epic play date. Oops!!

  6. very cute story! my best friends and I met at a young age as well, and we have stuck together through everything! it’s great to see new friendships forming from such a young age! we would love to hear more of your life experiences and would appreciate if you would give us a follow back to hear about our stories as college aged best friends! xoxo AIE https://thingsthatcomeinthrees.wordpress.com

  7. Good friends are essential at any age, but maybe especially when we’re young. We learn so much by them. I find that it’s harder to make them later in life when you haven’t had them as a kid!

    A beautiful story and I loved the progression in photos. Here’s to many, many more.

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