Love it. Smart little girl.
"getting" in love. That is the part that made me laugh.-Stu
This reminded me that Laura used to call weddings "getting all married up." I suppose that sometimes, for one partner or the other, it is.Your post made me smile.
Stu:I like the "getting", too. And after you get in love?"You go off and check to see if you're havin' a baby."
Ok, your kiddos are seriously too cute and funny.
If only that girl had published a self-help book in the late '90s... coulda saved me some exhausting effort. I tried the "mother them all approach"... it made me very unfriendly for a stint.
The birds and the bees is so 40 years ago. All the cool kids are playing pig and horse these days.So, um, Melanie, where did Ellie pick up that line? ; )
But getting in love is so much fun in plastic animal land.That girl has strong boundaries; I like that about her.
That slays me. I have a 3 year old who is a very willing participant in his 4 yr old sister's imaginary world. So funny.
So, was I just the first fella to come along who didn't need another mom? Sheesh, I wouldnt've tried so hard if I'd known that!
They just KNOW.
Me thinks this won't be the only time Ellie might have to use that line. sad, but true.and really...when it's right...the "getting in love" part is the best part...even when it's not right, sometimes!*love the flamingo...but, you knew I would!
Your new banner is hoppin'!
Book Idea: Gather up all the awesomely funny things your kids say, and then take accompaning pictures. I would so buy that at full price from Barnes and Noble. Because your kids? Are too darned funny! And cute, natch.And the new banner does indeed rock.
She is freaking fabulous.
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