Category Archives: kids are weird (and funny)

today’s “megisms”

Talking with Meg today, I asked her, “What do you think your special talents are?” Meg, in a most sincere fashion, replied, “Well, I could tell you, but it would take all night.” She doesn’t lack confidence. While eating supper, … Continue reading

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lemonade for sale

The girls begged and begged for me to make them strawberry lemonade.  I made it for them – the right way with real lemons and strawberries – and now instead of drinking it, Cate wants to sell it to me … Continue reading

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a girl can never have too many accessories, right?

This picture of Cate is just perfect.  She loves to accessorize herself (she’ll often grab a hat, bracelet, purse, or even a tiara as we’re walking out the door) and she’s such a little worrywart.  I think this picture captures … Continue reading

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“The Beautiful Princess”

Cate sat down at the table the other day, and announced she was going to write a story.  After a few minutes, she showed us what she’d written: We asked her to read it for us, and she began, “Once … Continue reading

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our baby, the possum

Today Cate was looking at my belly talking about the baby.  I was pointing out where different parts of the baby are, and to help her understand a bit better, I pulled out a pregnancy book and showed her an … Continue reading

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wake up

My wake up call this morning was this: a 2 year old & 4 year old slipping quietly into my bedroom then suddenly shaking a tamborine and screeching.  It got us quick, fast, and in a hurry. How did you … Continue reading

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happy birthday Chris

We wish you didn’t have to work today, but we’ve been thinking of you nonetheless. Cate made this lovely playdoh cake for you this morning, complete with candles and flames. We love you very much and hope you enjoy your … Continue reading

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