Sunday, June 11, 2006

Would you like what?

Earlier this week A decided to make breakfast for G and herself which I appreciated. She got the toaster out and I heard her ask G what kind of bread: raisin or plain. G chose plain and then I hear A ask her if she wants the hoof! The what?? I put it together and realized she was asking G if she wanted the heel!! I explained why I was laughing and then she started giggling. So now our family has a new little word-play.

This week has been so hectic, trying to get ready for MOPS retreat mostly. Thankfully that is under my belt in time for swim lessons to start tomorrow. G is super excited to start and A is very nervous. Thankfully today some of G's excitement must have worn off because A was talking it up to R. It should be interesting to keep the littlest one entertained while the two older are doing the same thing. Friday, a friend took care of A & G while I grocery shopped with R, and she cried the whole way to Winco after we dropped the girls off. She kept saying something--maybe sissie--I don't know. Anyway she dotes on her big sisses.

Murray seems to have settled into life here fairly well. He and Jackson get along like old pals. The nickname J-Bone has sure proven true for Jackson, Murray can't get enough chews in on the poor guy. A found a flip-flop shaped chew toy in the dollar aisle at Target and Murray loves it. I love it too, it doesn't squeak! Well that gets you sort of caught up from the past week!

1 comment:

LaughterThoughts said...

Kids say the funniest things. I used to be really good about writing all of them down for memory books, but I was getting lost in post-its and napkins and paper scraps.... Now I can't even remember the funny things the next day. I'll start laughing and I'll tell N how B said something really funny last night. But then I can't remember what it was. I remember it was funny, though. Well, anyways, I guess I get so lost in notes and reminders to myself because I'm about three or more years behind on those memory books. If I (had the time to be)kept up on them, I wouldn't have scraps of paper laying around everywhere!!!