Tuesday, February 24, 2015


Today as I laid down to go to sleep I thought of all the silly things my Child said to me over the course of today...then I was like "what did she say the other day about magic cookies?"  When it happened I thought to myself Blog about this...did I do it NO and now I will wonder what the saying was until the end of time.  If be some improbable chance I do remember I am doing to stop doing what I am doing and document it!
The sad fact is I was probably too busy with a work email or doing things around the house but I am going to try and do better.

Today she came home from school saying cheers... To my absolute horror!  I thought to myself if this make her happy I will embrace it.  Cause honestly time goes by way too fast.

So yeah bed time came and went but we laughed, sang, cuddled and embraced the moment.  I even got to hear her "Go Go Gators, Fight Fight Fight" cheer one last time before she closed her eyes and I wouldn't trade that for the world!

Sunday, February 15, 2015

The things Children say....

I keep telling myself that I am going to document my child's funny saying but someone it never gets done.  Today I am going to try and change that a little bit at a time.  After having a 103 fever for 3 days it was a relief to have my silly and crazy girl back to herself.  

The first morning conversation went like this:
Me: What in the world are you doing?
C: Trying to be a Parrot
Me: A Parrot?
C: Yeah but your shoulder is too wiggly 

Then we put her Valentines day gift of Hungry Hungry Hippos to good use since yesterday she really wasn't up to playing.  As we started to play I realized why my father use to try and let us win without letting us know he was letting us we.  Cause it is awesome to see you child get so excited when they win.  As we played and my daughter adopted a third person perspective it filled my heart with joy and she won game after game.  Well then that one time when I accidentally won because ball just went in my hippos mouth by fate and mom couldn't help it.  As we put the balls back in to play again my daughter looks and me and says "Let Charlie win"  At that moment I realized that I needed her to know she has to earn her wins, so I told her mommy doesn't let Charlie win Charlie has to earn her wins.  This happened for a couple of games and then as we were putting the marbles together to start another game she tells me....I know, I know Charlie has to practice winning!  Love My daughter and how bright she is I hope I don't fail at continuing to preserve that beautiful heart of Love she has!!