When we were moving last week we brought her to the house when it was empty.
DD: "Where's our stuff?"
Us: "where do you think it is?"
DD: "It's in the laundry".
DH Brian 06/06 Furbaby Abe 09/07 m/c @ 5w5d 06/08 DD Mary 6/28/09 DD Bree 12/7/12
DH likes to smack my bottom, obviously, Hayleigh has seen it as well
I was changing and had to pee so I left my pants and undies off to go to the bathroom. Hayleigh wanders in. While I am washing my hands she comes up behind me and smacks my (bare) bottom a few times and walks out of the room (just like DH does).
Hayleigh's time frame for everything right now is 2 weeks (i.e. baby is coming in two weeks).
She likes to point out everything we love "Mommy loves green, Daddy loves blue, Hayleigh loves pink)
When we tell her she is on the path towards a time-out she automatically apoloigizes, runs to give us hugs and tells us she loves us. We haven't had to put her in time out for a couple of weeks!
Ben still hasn't put 2 words together, so it's difficult to find the 'aww' factor in the things he says.
Last week after picking them up from the dayhome, on our way home:
DD: I love my daddy.
Me: I love your daddy too.
DD: Is my daddy your daddy too?
Me: No. Daddy is my husband. I married him. I have my own daddy.
DD: Who is your daddy?
Me: Granddad is my daddy.
DD: Aw, thanks for sharing your daddy with me, Mommy!!
OK, one more from just now.
A: I need three chocolate chips and one chocolate chip.
Me: Do you know how many chocolate chips that makes?
A: Makes A happy!
These are hilarious! Leah really doesn't say too much and when she does no one really understands her but me. I love that she is so obsessed with her baby cousin, Erik. She'll coming running in the room "A-YA!!!!" I watch him during the day and he went to stay with his dad for a week, man everyday is was "where A-ya?" I hate when my kids get hurt but when Leah gets even a little boo boo it's "owwwww" and a sigh. Gianna is the one that really cracks me up. She is just too smart these days and calls our bluffs all the time.
Me: Gianna, do you know I love you?
G: You just told me, Duhhhh!
Joey doesn't talk a whole lot yet but he is obsessed with Booboo's. I can hear him in the baby monitor pointing out every single cut and scrap on his little legs and say booboo over and over again.
I have alot of frekles and he points to them and calls the boo boo's. He says it was such compassion its adroable and funny at the same time.
I was really sick earlier this month (throwing up, tons of pain), and DH told A that she could ask God for Mama to feel better. So here's what she said:
"Dear God, Mama to feel better so A can have milk. Amen."
Then she cried when I threw up again, and asked DH to take her into another room. Poor kid. But she definitely made me smile.
And then, the other day she said, "I need to brush my orange teeth!"
(Her toothbrush is orange, so I assume she was just getting confused. But it's still cute. )
Last night's conversation between DD and my mom (who lives on the other side of the country):
DD: I have to go. We're having supper now.
Nan: Can I come for supper too?
DD: No. You live too far away.
Nan: What do you mean? I'm right around the corner!
DD: Yeah, a really BIG corner!
Oh, and Ben said this a few days ago for the first time (I know, not funny but still adorable): "I....Wuv....You....Mama." Melt........