Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Parenting Tip

If you are a parent, you probably are sleep deprived.  There simply are not enough hours in the day.  However, no matter how tired you may be, I hope you will follow this advice:
DO NOT, while potty training your child, and carrying both a paper to throw in the garbage and a potty full of urine, get mixed up and throw the urine in the garbage (and miss) and the paper into the toilet, like I just did.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

More Google Voice Fun

 Hey it's me. 5% was just calling to hadn't heard from you. I'm putting up dinner so you got something for yougo to music gimme a call. And I was just. Tell me how you want to cry so I can make sure everything's alrightpoint, right. I love you, bye.

Saturday, September 17, 2011


Kate: Emma, Did you know I have a baby in my tummy?
Emma: Really?
Kate: Yes, would you like to feel?
Emma: (Goes over and puts her hand on Kates belly) I can't find it!

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Faerie Wings

Emma: Want to see my wings, Daddy?
Mike: Sure!
Emma: (turns around to reveal the dress up wings she got for her birthday) Surprise!
Mike: Wow, those are great wings, Emma.
Emma: Yeah. I love being a fairy! Whee, I can Fly!

Monday, September 5, 2011

Shower of Funny

Emma:  I need something.
Carina:  Yeah, you need a shower.  Want to take a shower?
Emma:  I can wash my hair myself.
Carina:  Ok.
Emma:  Can you help me?
Carina:  Sure.
Emma:  Please don't.
Carina:  OMG blog!
Emma:  There's no need to blog!

Saturday, September 3, 2011

The Truth

Emma got a time-out earlier for lying to me.  After she woke up from her nap, the following happened:

Emma:  I'm sorry I lied to you Mommy.

Carina:  You always have to tell me the truth, Emma.

Emma:  The truth is that I love you.  The truth is that I love your ipad... 

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Third Person

Emma: Ma B I wish you were here!
Emma walks over to the window, climbs up and looks out for a minute solemnly.
Emma: "Ma B, Where are you?" She cried sadly. (she actually said all those words, including the "She cried sadly" part.)

Yes... Emma just spoke about her own actions in the third person.