Wednesday, June 9, 2010

oh, children.

Just for funsies, here's a few of the funny things I've been writing down about my girls over the past few months. If nothing else, kids are at least entertaining. :)

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I was listening to Emma and Annabelle eat lunch at the table while I caught up on some things in the kitchen-- they have a tendency to get very silly at meal-time. It bugs me since it takes them FOREVER to get done, but, it is amusing. Today, however, they were eating nicely and calmly. I was so proud of my little well-mannered girls. Then, out of the blue, Emma turns to Annabelle and says "So, did you ever do anything about that broccoli growing out of your armpits?" This was followed of course by wild hilarity on both their parts. It was all down-hill from there.

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While coloring at the bar, Emma looks up at me and says "Mommy, when I grow up, I'm going to be an expert." I can't help but wonder if she meant on everything in general, or...??

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One evening I took a trip to Wal-mart with Emma and Annabelle, and as we were checking out the lady who had been ringing us up closed her register. As soon as she had handed me my receipt she was out of there... I hadn't even put my bags in my cart yet. I was doing just that as the girls were talking to each other when Annabelle stops mid-sentence and asks me "Hey, where did the booper girl go??" I was amused, and asked her, "The booper girl? What do you mean?" She replies, "You know... because she makes all the things go boop! boop! boop!" Imagine the "boops" in a high little Annabelle voice. Incredibly cute.

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I was sitting here at the computer one afternoon while Rosalie busily toddled around here and there and everywhere. Soon, I noticed that after every trip down the hall she had something in her mouth. The first thing I did was to make sure it was nothing she shouldn't have in her mouth, of course, and my next investigation was to see from where she was getting it... turns out the sneaky little thing had gotten into the cereal cupboard, taken a box of honey bunnies down the hall, and proceeded to dump it onto the floor of her room. Nice. On the bright side, going back and forth from her bedroom to the living room for each individual piece of cereal kept her busy for quite some time!

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One morning while out in the van, Emma got my attention. "Look, mommy, that cloud looks like an alcohol glass!" Ummm... A what?? I was pretty sure she must have meant something entirely different and just said it wrong, so I took a peek at the sky where she was pointing. And wouldn't you know, there was a cloud that was shaped almost exactly like a martini glass with a stir stick! Aside from being amazed at this fact (a cloud that looks like a martini glass? how cool is that?), I also wondered if I should be concerned that my 6-year old daughter recognizes a martini when she sees one. Hmmm.

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Overheard: Annabelle, speaking to her little sister (in her special high-pitched only-for-Rosalie voice): "You're just the cutest! yeah, the cutest! and your butt is so nice! I just love your butt! I'm going to kiss it! yeah! I'm gonna kiss your little butt!"

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That's it for now, but I have a feeling that this sort of post might have to become a regular feature here on my blog... it's such a great way to remember their funny little selves the way they are right now.

oh, children. I love them.

15 comments:

Mommy Diffee said...

Bwahahahaha I love them all! "Broccoli growing out of your armpits" LOL and booper girl? I am dying here! I love this post Talia!!!

RachelRuelas said...

LOLOL wow!!! Precious.... especially the rosalie one!!! I can picture it :)

alyssa said...

HAHAHA! Can you do these every week? I very much enjoy them. And I think I need to send your girls a picture of a naked baby butt.

;)

i'm lindsey. said...

YAY YAY YAY!!! love it!!!!!

my fave is the martini one :) so sophisticated!!!!!!!!!

ahhhhh so glad you put them on here!

you MUST keep doing this!!!

i am always trying to remember the things that students say, i write them down and then lose the paper. this is a perfect way to keep track!!!!!!!!

i wish i could here annabelle's voice.....i bet its the greatest :)

xoxoxo

Tristan said...

the booper girl..hahahahahahaha

hey are precious!

Stephanie B said...

Thanks for the nice comment you left on my blog - I appreciated it!

Your girls are great...I can never get over how random and spontaneous kids are. I wish we could all stay that way forever.

*CPA* Su said...

While they are all very cute and definitely entertaining...my favs are by far the "booper girl" (I would have never thought to call them that!) and the martini glass. Just how frequently do you drink martinis?! LOL!!!

Lisa said...

I am cracking up over here! Your girls are so cute and funny. I love them.

Sarah said...

this is going to be so great to show them one day! haha! Kids really do say the darndest things!

Band of Brothers said...

ok, waaaaay too funny! love your girls!

Dying over the martini glass and the tush obsession!!!
Can't wait for the next installment!

Misty said...

so adorable! love this...

Anna said...

Adorable! Kids say the cutest things.

Steph said...

This was adorable, and I think my favorite is the alcohol glass one!! haha! too perfect!

.jimaie.marie. said...

Oh gosh, these were SO funny! I was seriously siting here giggling to myself at how silly these girlies are. My boys would LOVE LOVE LOVE the broccoli in your armpits conversation hahaha! Serioulsy, that totally reminded me of them and they would have laughed so hard!
These are so fun and definitely need to be a regular thing :D

Sunny said...

Your girls are hysterically funny! I love hearing the things kids say! You'll be so glad you're writing these down. It will be so fun to read back on these in the future. I wanna get together with you sometime this summer, girl! I miss you!