Monday, April 28, 2014
Conversations With My Daughter: The Little Brother Edition
It's been many months since I shared a Conversations With My Daughter post. Lily's still her zany, sweet self and you'll often see me dashing off to find a pen to quickly jot something she said down or record it on my phone depending on where I am. I'm going to play catch up in the next couple of weeks so here are some from up until the end of last year. I even broke out an old photo from Christmas of last year. Enjoy!
Lily (after I bonked her on the nose when I was hugging her): Huh, maybe you should try that again.
Lily (playing with my hair): What's that?
Mommy: My scalp.
Lily: Your scalp has cheese?
Mommy: Oh. No. That's dandruff.
Lily: How do you know when a train is eating? You hear "choo choo." I'm hilarious!
Lily: One day when I hang upside down my teeeth will fall out of my mouth.
Lily (holding up her stuffed animal): This is George. He's pretty impressive.
Lily: Chomp. I ate him (Reuben). Now I have no brothers. Oh well.
Lily (sniffing Reuben sitting next her on the couch): He smells like a crotch.
Lily: Once flies discover food in houses you never get rid of them.
Lily (listening to Mommy and Daddy's conversation): You were catching fire last night?!
Mommy: No. We saw a movie called Catching Fire. That was the title of the movie.
Lily: Oh, that was the title of the movie? Huh. Interesting.
Lily (watching Daddy play Final Fantasy on the PS3): You're beating his butt!
Lily (in earnest): Sometimes they just have butts (pointing to a snowman). And buns too.
Lily (holding her drawing of snowmen): Awww! Look, its a brother and sister. Just like I'm a sister and Reuben's a brother.
Lily: The sun shocked me in my eyes. That's not nice to be shocking!
Lily: My brains are hurting...kind of...
Lily: You can always pray to Jesus, Jesus is always in your room.
We tell her that she can always pray to Jesus if she's scared at night in her bedroom.