Tabitha had been drawing pictures on my back-smiley faces. They then became a family and then she drew a sky because they were outside then she wouldn't let me get up 'til she drew the grass. Suddenly it became a garden with swirls across my back, to which she added a square and said it was the park. It was about then that Amelia came and started rubbing on my back. Tabitha said, "I'm drawing a picture on your back and she's erasing it." Then they happily worked together.
I asked Amelia what cereal she wanted for breakfast yesterday, as I always do, and she told me "Honey the boats- bunches of oats." She has called it "Honey the boats" for quite a while now. This was the first time she corrected herself.
The girls now have a new nickname for Hannah (it actually originated from Amelia):
Head on over to Not Before 7 to see what other's have caught their children saying.