~my thoughts about life~

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Popsicles and Backseat Driving

I'm sure everyone thinks their kids are hilarious but I seriously have one of the funniest kids I've ever met!  This child is sure to grow up to be a comedian or have some career related to humor!  First of all, she picked out this outfit today.  Isn't that funny as it is?  She also looks amazingly patriotic.
  • Baby Girl loves popsicles, as seen in this pic.  The only reason I give her as many as I do is because she calls them "pockables."  That's just too cute to resist!
  • Just a moment ago, she came up and asked me for a pockable.  I told her she needed to give me a kissy lips first.  "Mmm-wah!" she said as she blew me a kiss.  "No, I need a kiss on the lips!"  She sighed just like a teenage girl.  "OK, I give you one kiss but the pockable is beary, beary, beary cold!"  Alright, makes perfect sense to me.
  • Baby Girl has recently become a backseat driver.  Whenever I'm stopped at a red light or waiting to pull into traffic, she will exclaim in a very bossy manner, "Go!"  I've tried explaining that I have to wait my turn but she just doesn't get it.
  • When Hubby was driving the other day, he was loudly singing along with the radio.  She suddenly declared, "That's enough, Bob!"  We laughed so hard we almost wet ourselves.  She loved the attention and now says, "That's enough, Bob!" all the time!
  • When she wakes up in the morning, she will play in her bed or call my name until I come get her out of bed.  When I open her door, she offers a cheery, "Ello, puppet!" in her best British accent.
  • This morning after breakfast, she told her brother, "You smell like poop.  I don't like poop."  I have no idea what sparked that topic but no one smelled like poop to me.
  • A tradition with my girls is that I daily ask them what their names are.  They sometimes come up with something funny or clever, other times they just give me their full name.  Lately, when I ask Baby Girl what her name is, she says, "Baby and I glad."  I'm not sure if she actually knows what glad means but I'm happy that she is glad.
She makes life much more interesting!


imagesisee.blogspot.com said...

It's so good that you're writing all these cute things down, cause no matter how much I was determined that "I would never forget" the cute saying, the funny way they acted, etc., sure enough, I did forget. Too much life gets in the way of remembering those kinds of things.

You should definitely make a book of your blog...

Theresa said...

LOL! Too cute!