6.19.2015

Conversations with my Niece

Due date has come and gone and guess who's still pregnant?  Me.  Womp womp.  This little baby is just taking his/her sweet time making an appearance, I guess.  We have an induction date on the calendar now "just in case" but my doc thinks we probably won't need it.  Hopefully Baby T will get the memo soon on come on their own but, I have to admit, it is a bit comforting know there's an end date in sight no matter what.  Fingers crossed!

In preparation for a little one coming to live with us very soon, I thought I'd share a few funny little tidbits from my niece.  Just some random quotes I've been writing down the last few months when we've hung out with her.  Kids say the darnedest things, don't they?



With a very serious look on her face, while in the bathroom at the Academy of Sciences:

"You have a baby in your belly, Zia.  Did you know that?"

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After I offered her some cheese for a snack one Sunday afternoon:

"Well... I have a very good memory and I only eat cheese on Wednesday and Friday."

Her mother was equally confused and entertained by this random factoid.

(Sidenote - she was beginning every sentence with "well..." that day.)

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In reference to a Land Before Time movie:

"I'm so disappointed, Zia."

Me: Really?  Why are you disappointed?

"Well... I'm just so disappointed because Sharp Tooth was mean to his friends.  I'm just very disappointed in him.  So, SO disappointed."

She kept shaking her head, sighing, and repeating, "I'm just SO disappointed" all throughout dinner.

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Randomly, at the dinner table, in response to absolutely nothing:

"I HAVE A POCKET IN MY SHIRT!!!!  AGHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!"

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When asked where her mom was while eating breakfast on Mother's Day:

"Mommy's still sleeping.  She's really going for it today."

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When her little sister got in trouble for climbing on the dishwasher:

"That kid gets busted all day long!"


xo

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  1. Oh my, I would have the hardest time keeping a straight face with that kid

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  2. hahaha she is great!! the one liners just keep coming. Olivia is 7 and she still says the funniest things! I hope you have a safe delivery!

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