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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Things heard around my house: May 2012

Grammy:  What do you think Milo (the dog) is doing outside?

Gracie: I think he’s sniffing for squirrels….or zebras.


Mommy!  You are the funniest person in the whole world!-  Kaylee said when I was making up knock-knock jokes.


“I have an announcement to make!”  I yelled to get everyone’s attention.  “This has been a WONDERFUL Mother’s Day.  I have all  of my kids here, my mom, and my husband.  The weather is beautiful and it doesn’t get any better than this! I LOVE YOU ALL!”   And then we did a huge 6 person family hug.


“I’m not a baby!  I’m a PERSON.”  Gracie (2 1/2 years old)


Joshua spend some time with Brian at the RIT Imagine Festival doing all kinds of fun stuff.  We hope someday he’ll be an RIT tiger too.IMG_0960

“Daddy and Joshua have peanuts.  Me and Kay have

ba-jine-as”  Grace told me as I changed her diaper.   I didn’t reply and she changed the topic. (thank God)


Kaylee:  Guess what insects I hate the most.  Spiders, bees and wasps.

Joshua:  Spiders are NOT insects, right mom?

Me:  No.  Spiders are insects.

Kaylee:   Did you learn that when you were a little girls like me?

(Later that night I did a google search and darn it all!  Spiders are not insects!  They are part of a group called arachnids, which also includes mites, ticks, and scorpions.)

This is the progress to date on the playhouse that Brian is building. The kids are so excited, and I’ve seen K and G both pretend to go to the bathroom in the little house.



Kaylee “graduated” from pre-school.  She grinned, waved and signed “ILY” the entire time she was on stage.IMG_1183



mom said...

oh my gosh this picture of her in cap and gown,,,,priceless.... brings tears to my eyes!

Neabear said...

I wondered about the spider not being insects things. Gotta remember that! Love that playhouse. Lucky girls! Hope all is well with you!



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