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Sunday, October 28, 2012


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I love this.

I'm totally using that for when I get mad, from now until the end of time.

Hilarious! That reminds me of the movie "Babe", where he calls the sheep buttheads.

At home she's the leader of the band of brothers, so it makes sense to me that she would expect them to follow. I also think that after a long day of following, she is more than ready to lead! But how funny that she thinks drill sergeant is the way to go. School age is awesome!!!!

Stupid stupid hate butt Blaisey! Ha ha this is cracking me up. I love it.

I am dying over this. A legitimate LOL situation. I am now very excited for Callum to be six.

Fancy could be the involved anxiety for reality and development of that which i like.
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Ha! That is hilarious! I am also having the same issue with my 5-year-old. My sweet good girl holds it together in school all morning (she's in half-day pre-K) and then is just...wild when she gets home. It's hard for me to believe how much energy she has, given what a calm 1-, 2-, and 3-year-old she was.

When my girls were little, stupid was a "bad word" at our house too. And then there was the Sunday when Father's homily included the line, "... and that was a stupid thing to do." In the pause that followed, my then 3-year old yelled at the top of her (very powerful) lungs, "Father said a BAD WORD!" Needless to say, that was pretty much the end of the homily since the whole congregation broke out laughing.

Cracking up!!! What a wild little goddaughter we have :) Really, she is so wonderful. We love her!!!

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