IT'S been a hectic 12 months for the mum of Griffith's smallest triplets, but she wouldn't change a thing.
Cheeky bubs Sapphire, easy-going Emerald and clever little Amethyst Ward will turn one next Tuesday, March 26.
Young mum Amanda Ward said the past year had gone by "too fast".
"It has flown. I can't believe how fast it has gone," she said.
"It's been full-on. It has been fun though.
"Their little personalities are really coming out now.
"Sapphire is very cheeky and loves attention, Emerald is so easygoing, but a little bit sneaky and Amethyst is smart, she is almost ready to walk."
The precious little girls will celebrate the milestone with family and friends at Hunky Dory on March 30.
And while life still revolves around hungry mouths and nappy changes Ms Ward considers herself lucky to have been blessed with such good babies.
"They pretty much slept through from five months old. They do wake up every now and then like most babies, but they settle back well by themselves," she said.
"They are excellent babies, so easy. They can say a few words now, like mum and dad, and they are pulling themselves up.
"We don't get out much. I'm starting them at the Mainly Music soon because I absolutely love music and I want to encourage that. I hope they will love it as much as me. They bop up and down whenever they hear music so I think they will enjoy Mainly Music."
Brother Vinnie, who is now four, proudly holds the title of "mum's best big helper".
"I think they are good and I love them, but sometimes they get into things," he said.
"If they are crying I give them their dummy or a cuddle and they stop.
"We are going to Hunky Dory to have a party, I can't wait."