Friday, April 16, 2010

Kids say the cutest things!


WARNING: This post is only interesting to me, my mom, and my mother-in-law. The rest of you can either a) keep reading and expect to be snoozing before you get to the end or b) quit now and catch up on someone else's more interesting blog!

Shelby has really started talking and has the cutest things to say. Because I am so sleep deprived, I'm sure I won't remember any of this next year. Plus, by the time her lovely teenage years roll around, I'll need something to look back on to remind me how precious she once was! So, here are some of the heart-melting things that have come out of her mouth:

*Good girl, Momma (pats on my back included)
*REAK A BOOK A DAY (her high pitched, loud, giddy request to read a book, not sure where the "a day" part came from!)
*More (the cutest part is the sign language that goes along with her request)
*Twink, twink, you are (Name that tune!)
*Pets (Wonder Pets, her favorite show on tv)
*Store Tiiime (storytime at the library. It's the highlight of our week!)
*Arrr's House, Mimi's House, Wizabef's House, Grammy's House (Her response to me asking her to guess where we are going)


There are also a few things that drive me insane. I just hear most of them way too often:

*Hug, hug, hug (while it sounds cute, she uses that word at the most inopportune time, i.e. in the car on the freeway or in the middle of me cooking dinner, to try to get attention)
*Poop, poop, poop (again, her ploy to get immediate attention, usually in the bathtub when I'm trying to wash Haley's hair)
*Ow-side (this girl could live outside. She just loves running in the grass. While I don't mind her outside, it's just easier to keep her contained inside.)

I'll update this post periodically, as she is learning new words everyday now. No need check back except for Mimi and Grammy since we are the only ones that find it interesting!!

2 comments:

Linda said...

I love this, of course. You are right. If you don't keep a record, those precious words are forgotten.

Rita said...

Paige says HUG HUG HUG all the time too! And always when I'm trying to get her to do something else.

Me: It's time for bed!
Her: HUGHUGHUG
Me: Let's get dressed!
Her: HUGHUGHUG

I'm sensing a toddler conspiracy here.