Quick anatomy lesson with E:
A Day in the Life...
We spend lots of time feeding, changing, bathing, strolling our babies around here. Notice how nicely she is saying please (Pees?). We're working on thank-you, which is currently unintelligible.
Other Elle-isms of the week:
Me: What does a rooster say?
Internal voice Me: Why on earth turtle?!
If you ask her a question and she doesn't know the answer (or doesn't want to tell you), she'll lifts her hands, palms upward and shrugs with an i-don't-know look and a grin. Super cute.
She is starting to string together sentences, i.e. "Mommy sit down...pees", "Dada hat off.... pees", "Snack uh-stairs...pees". All very demonstrative, of course. Little tyrant.
A few nights in a row Elle screamed/protested when I told her it was bedtime and tried to get her upstairs to take a bath, so I started telling her it was time for the "Bath Train", and we'd chugga-chugga-choo-choo up the stairs to the bath. Now when I say it's time for bath she takes off running to the stairs yelling "Sugga sugga choooo choooo". Mid-day this weekend I said something about a train and she took off running up to her bath. I love the toddler brain.