She rides around town on her mini Vespa scooter, but she always stops for pedestrians.
She loves to dress up for church in Chanel and roller skates, because she absolutely adores a juxtaposition.
One of her favorite activities is twirling, and nobody does it better than Quinoa.
Please don't confuse twirling with spinning; they are very different activities (though she is equally talented at both).
Every night, she lays out her impeccable outfit for the next day...
...then prays for all the children of the world, that they might be as happy, healthy, and well-dressed as she.
Did I mention that she's thoughtful and well-spoken? She attended the funeral of a classmate's hamster and gave a touching eulogy.
Where does she shop, you ask? Where doesn't she shop? is the answer!
You want to watch Indiana Jones with her? She's got an outfit for that.
Sometimes she lets me dress her up as a Von Trapp child and we sing about raindrops on roses and all of our favorite things.
She loves to put on a show. Here she is doing a tribute to Whitney Houston. It was amazing. The children really are our future.
She sure loves our country, right down to the toes of her red designer boots. In fact, she can recite the Pledge of Allegiance in seventeen languages.
Even when she's not trying, she manages to look super cool, just like a Hollywood starlet running to Target for some tampons.
She's adorable at all times, even when a large spider is crawling toward her on the floor.
You should see her dance. She's got the moves like Jagger, and the charm of Gene Kelley, all wrapped up in a size 4T.
Oh yes, my little Quinoa is the kind of imaginary daughter every mother dreams of. I consider myself very, very lucky to have her in my life. Wouldn't you?
(You can keep up with Quinoa on Pinterest.)