Category Archives: Catespeak

fun, fun, fun (both sarcastic and not)

It seems really, really crazy to me that I’m about 2 seconds pregnant and already I’m having trouble buttoning my jeans. They’re very uncomfortable. I haven’t gained any weight (in fact, I’ve lost a few pounds since finding out) but … Continue reading

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quippy girl

Lunch today for the girls was a banana, half a piece of wheat bread, yogurt, and some ham. Cate ate all her ham before finishing her yogurt or bread; she asked for more. “When you finish your yogurt, you can … Continue reading

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informer

A few minutes ago I was in the kitchen prepping some chili to put in the crockpot. Cate was playing in the living room, until she ran into the kitchen. “Mommy, Mommy!” she exclaimed. “Yes Cate, what is it?” I … Continue reading

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growing up

I’m always so surprised by Cate. I should know to expect the unexpected from her by now, but she always finds a way to catch me off-guard. In the last few days, I’ve been amazed at how grown-up she’s seemed. … Continue reading

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decorations

I feel like our Christmas tree is missing something. I just don’t really like it that much this year. I know exactly what it needs, alas, we can’t put them on because of Cate. The tree needs candy canes – … Continue reading

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I have a million of them for this girl

She goes through spells with this phrase and recently she’s been wording it this way again. It’s such a sweet request worded in such a funny way. What’s her request? “Give me your kiss?” As if I only have one … Continue reading

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"like a princess"

Cate told me she wanted her hair “like a princess” after a drawn out affair, I managed to figure out that this is how Cate feels a princess wears her hair: Two purple hairbows, one on each side. It looks … Continue reading

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