"Only Three" was inspired by my daughter who impressed me with all that she was and all she could do at the tender age of three years old. While her older sister, Jenna, was in Kindergarten, Mary-Kaylee and I, would spend our days together. Whether we would read, play, puzzle, draw, paint, pretend, grocery shop, or clean, I noted that all these things I did, she could do too. At three, she was her own little person with her own style and her own intelligence, and she was so capable of so much! "Only Three" is a testament to how special children are and that they shine each and every day in their own way.