So after Anna's appointment and Allie and Em's day with Grammy at the beach two weeks ago, I asked (that night) the girls what their favorite part of the day was. Here are their responses:
Anna - Getting my [hospital ID] bracelet at the doctor's.
Allie - Playing with the Cinderella set [at Grammy's.]
Emily - The part where you gave me a hug. (Yes, that one loves to tug on the heartstrings.)
The girls have a decent vocabulary, in my opinion, but I have noticed them messing up a few new words as of late.
There's making instead of bacon. "Papa had some making with his pancakes."
Bladder instead of blabber. "Stop being a bladder." I found this one to be extra funny because when I asked them to define it, they did a good job at defining a blabber (a tattletale) but still used the word bladder.
Consolation instead of graduation. This one is all Allie. We saw family last weekend and Allie kept making statements such as, "We saw her at Jackie's consolation party," or "Remember we did that at Jackie's consolation party." I guess you need to be consoled when you graduate from high school.
I'll end with a cute story from this past weekend. I brought Allie and Em to the mall with me (yeah, not the best idea) while Anna ran errands with Rich. On the drive there, Emily said, "I bet I know what Grammy is doing. She's buying sewing stuff because she loves to sew just like you do, Mommy." I asked them both if they wanted me to teach them to sew when they got older. They both enthusiastically replied with a YES and then Allie added, "Well, I already know how to drive."
"Really? How do you know how to drive?"
"I watched Daddy."