Rita (6 yrs) surrounded by siblings while walking into Publix says, “We’re like a pack of people.”
Maggie – age 7
“When I am an adult can you still boss me around?”
Maggie – age 7: What if Lucas (older brother) doesn’t find a girl who loves him and will marry him?
Me – age much older than 7: I don’t think that will be a problem.
Maggie – still worried: But I want nieces and nephews from Lucas.
Rita – age 5 talking to me while Rebecca is nursing: Is one side the milk and the other the feed?
Reason #773 I love Maggie (6yrs)
Maggie: You are too old to be pregnant.
Me: Why do you think that?
Maggie: Because you have white hair.
Me: That doesn’t mean I am too old. Some people just get white hair sooner than others.
Maggie: It is okay. You look more beautiful with white hair.
Rita (5 year old): Mom, one night I had a nightmare.
Me: What was your nightmare?
Rita: There were two of you.
Question of the day: “Mom were there sinks when you were a kid?”
Maggie age 5 during Mass asks, “Are we God’s minions?”
The children stuffed notes and pictures into our stockings as gifts. Sarah’s cracked me up.
We have been talking about going to Mississippi for the last few weeks. Today Joanna (5yrs) asked me, “Who is Miss. Issippi?”. 🙂 Kids bring joy.
Instead of saying, “You fell for it.” after a joke Sarah my seven year old says, “You fell through it.” I bust out laughing no matter how many times I have heard her say it before.