Remember a few years ago when No Fear stickers were all the rage? Now I see No Fear in my precious baby girl every day. She goes 100 mph when awake. Into walls, over the cat and dog, off of the bed, down the hall etc. and never looks back. She walks 1,000,000 miles a day and crashes at the end of the day.
If I could only live in No Fear, but sadly, no. I know there will be bumps and bruises along the way. I know she will have fears. I have heard of children getting fears of taking baths, of going into dark rooms, of strangers. My child? NO FEAR! Occational apprehension, yes. Fear? Not yet.
I hope my little girl is always fearless.