A little late posting this, but I was busy improving my blog today (I have been adding pages).
Here are a couple of the amusing things the girls have been saying today:
We were in the bathroom, drying the girls off after their bath and Tabitha was talking about the ladybug crawling along the wall. Here is the conversation:
Tabitha: I think it's eating our wall, that's why it stopped.
Amelia: Yeah, cause it's hungry.
The next morning we were again in the bathroom, just Amelia and myself, and she noticed the ladybug was on the tiled ceiling. She said something about it not being on the wall, then she said, "It's eating our 'skee-ers'" translation: squares
Also during the bath, while daddy was drying Tabitha off he was getting her to show her arm muscles, you know, arm at an right angle, let's see those muscles.
Tabitha: It's muscle enough.
One day last week daddy was up for about 24 hours straight. He went to work, had to stay late, and when he got home we had to deal with car problems. So that afternoon he understandably crashed on the couch. Tabitha was making sure he had a blanket and a pillow. The she started talking about dreams.
Tabitha: If it's a scary dream stay asleep so you don't wake up.
A little bit later:
Tabitha: Daddy, did you have a dream or not. I know dreams are kind of scary.
Hannah may only be babbling still, but she is now signing two words
"milk" - her first word, which also means drink to her
"please" - which we so far have only seen when she wants her cup at meal time
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I am a stay at home mom. I have always wanted to teach, started college with a major in Early Education, but ended up staying home with my son (which turned into staying home with my 2 sons and daughter). Years later ended up with an Associates Degree in Human Services. Which helped me get a director's position at the Montessori I was working at. I am now staying home with my 3 young children. While my older children are off in public school we are homeschooling. I am doing what I always dreamed of doing, teaching!! I feel this is where God has led and willed me to be. I will be here to "Train up [my children] in the way [they] should go: [so] when [they are] old, [they] will not depart from it." Proverbs 22:6