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I love Jesus. I love my family. I love photography. I love books. I love thinking. Probably in that order. I have a wonderful husband, five beautiful daughters, a house, and a camera. I enjoy spending time talking to my husband, playing with my girls, redecorating my house and shooting things with my camera. In my spare time, I sleep.

Friday, May 14, 2010

Even more cute things my kids have said

April 15, 2010:  I said something about going to see Seattle & Eden said, "Is that a little girl?"

April 15, 2010: Jasmine was in the van with Daddy & said "The van smells like toot."  He asked her, "Did you toot?"  "No."  "Did Acacia toot?"  "No."   "Did Woobie (her stuffed "lovey"-half bear, half blanket) toot?"  She answers, "No, Woobie isn't big [enough] to toot!"

April 17, 2010:  Eden & I were talking about how caterpillars become butterflies and I went into detail explaining that God created it that way as a metaphor for how we change from yucky sinners and are born again so that we look as beautiful to God as a butterfly looks to us because we become more like Jesus.  At that point Eden speaks up and says, "Yeah...except Jesus can't fly."  

April 22, 2010:  Jasmine said about the thunderstorm: "It just keeps laughing at me."

April 25, 2010:  Partly cloudy night...Jasmine observed, "The moon is soft."

April 26, 2010:  Jasmine was so excited to get her first pair of pink "flippy flops".

May 3, 2010:  Jasmine: "I'm not tall enough to reach the sky."

May 5, 2010:  Eden: "Our baby is cuter than other mamas babies." :)

May 7, 2010:  Jasmine: "See, Mom? The trees are naked."

May 8, 2010:  Acacia's first word-- 'Daddy' !  :)

May 9, 2010:  I kept trying to get Acacia to say "Mama" but she'd just smile at me and say, "Dada"...little stink! :)

May 11, 2010:  Eden & Jasmine came out wearing crowns and Eden told me "They gave us crowns for killing the bope." Me: "For what?" Eden: "For killing the bope." Me: "What's a bope?" Eden: "It's kind of a cow...I mean..a moose."  I was then informed that the full name of this cow-moose-like monster is a "Bope Shock" and that "they are so hard to kill!"

May 12, 2010:  Eden wasn't obeying me so (in the way of mommies) I asked her "How many times do I have to tell you?" She replied, "Two."

1 comment:

O Schrock said...

Those are so funny! One of the funnest things about kids is waiting to hear what they say next. (And then writing them down on your blog for the world to read!)