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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

What would your children say? Wednesday

Marianne over at came up with the What would your children say? Wednesday and I thought it was a great idea as I am always telling stories on what has come out of Kendall's mouth! So go on over to her blog and check it out!

The most recent comes from yesterday when Kendall had gone #2 on the potty & got her treat. (We are only rewarding for #2 now so it is a big deal!!) It (the treat) happened to be laffy taffy. I was sitting there feeding Isaac lunch when Kendall comes out to pull on my shirt. I asked her what she needed but wasn't really looking at her. She said, "Mom look at my face." (A phrase that I unfortunately hear quite a few times a day now...) I looked at her & she smiled. To my dismay she stated, "Look mom my teeth like yours!" She had stuck the laffytaffy to her teeth to try and make them look like braces. I almost peed my pants laughing! Hope you enjoy it too!

(Thanks for hopping by Marianne! I enjoyed reading your blog & the What would your child say?)


Jen said...

So cute!!!!

Family American Style. said...

That is so cute.

Tim said...


So honored that you chose to follow us at The Fort! We have so many military families who follow and love them all so much and not just for the huge sacrifices that you make for us everyday.

You have a wonderful blog here, and I am so glad to have found it. It warmed my heart to see that you are a military family.

Our prayers are always with you, and we look forward to getting to know you better!

I have a post going up soon of my wife and I taking the kids to the airport to welcome home some of our troops. You will love it!

Love and Prayers,


2003beachbunch said...

Thanks y'all!
Tim, I loved your blog! It is so fun to meet military families everywhere we go (even blogland!) I can't wait to see the new post. Thanks for all that you do!

Kim said...

Love it! I noticed you call her bug...also what we call our daughter. Hope you have a great week!

Crystal said...

Oh that is cute :)

HeatherOz said...

Oh kids are so funny! And yours are darling!

LAURA said...

I might have to check out this what would your children say thing! My daughter is almost three and she is always cracking me up.

We have been potty training also and rewarding for #2... she gets marshmallows. I had to buy some marshmallows to make rice crispy treats and Liza was holding the bag while sitting in the cart saying "I get dees if I poop on a potty! Marshmawows for pooping on a potty!" Over and over. I was laughing.

And yes... I do know of Indiana. Been there once or twice. I'm in the Butler area but grew up in St. Marys. :) Go Steelers!

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