Friday, February 26, 2010

Happy Birthday Bailey

I can't believe my little girl is growing up so fast. Bailey Morgan Skipper was born on this day in 1996 in Dothan, Alabama. I fell deeply in love with her then, and time has only increased my love for her. She has blossomed from a little baby into a beautiful young lady. I am so proud of the kind of person she has become. She always makes A's in school and never gets in trouble. She is respectful and caring. She has much more talent than I ever had. She plays the piano, flute, and guitar (I can barely play the radio). But do you know what it is about her that makes all those other things pale in comparison? Bailey has accepted Jesus as her Personal Savior. Hallelujah! Bailey, on your special day, I just wanted you to know that you have made me the proudest Daddy in the world. I love you all the way to the sky! Boo, always keep Jesus in the center of your life. Always pray and thank Him for your blessings. I will never stop thanking Him for bringing me the most incredible and precious daughter.

Jesus said in Matthew 19:14, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these."

Dear Father, thank you for choosing me to be Bailey's Daddy. I ask you to keep her safe and give her great joy on this special day. In Jesus name, Amen.


  1. I can tell you this... she is one of the most gracious, mannered child that Ive seen in a long time and I can tell by the way she looks at you that she adores you incredibly. Whenever you feel down thinking that things are crazy , just remember what you have been given.... a precious daughter who will be there till the end of time... Happy B'day Bailey....

  2. Aw! She is beautiful! :) Hope she has a great birthday!! God bless you! Have a wonderful weekend!

  3. She is truly a beautiful young lady, inside and out. You have every right to be proud, daddy! Happy Birthday, Bailey, and may you be blessed with many more wonderful years :)

  4. She's so pretty. Happy Birthday, Bailey, and Happy Parentaversary to you! (yes, I made up that word.)