Friday, November 14, 2008

More Cute Stuff

Just some cute happenings that I don't want to forget as my kiddos grow.

- Maddie voted for Obama in the mock election at school. I asked her how she chose him. "He's brown like Max, so I figured that was a good thing."

- Max was hugging Maddie on the couch the other day saying, "Maddie Pretty" over and over.

- Myles, "I love that you're my Momma."
The same night I told him that he could not have another brownie, that it was almost bedtime and his only choice was water. I was giving Max a nebulizer treatment, and Myles comes in with chocolate everywhere. I asked him if he had taken a brownie. He grinned his big, dimpled grin and said, "Oops, sorry." I put him in time out, and he kept on saying, "But I said sorry, and I'll hug you!" I'm telling you, that grin he has is going to get him out of a lot of trouble. I have such a hard time resisting it.

- Max thinks his name is Mickey for some reason. Every time without fail, Maddie says, "Rup, what's your name?" "Mickey." He also sings happy birthday and then requests cake.

8 comments:

Amy said...

Your kids sound SO cute! Can't wait to have little stories like that to tell :).

nic said...

i love it. so nice to have record of them here so you can read them years from now and smile. :)

Peter and Nancy said...

Too funny! I just wrote down some stuff the boys said this week so I wouldn't forget. :o) We always include a few good ones in our Christmas letter. Wonder where the Mickey thing is coming from?!
-- Nancy

Julie & Patrick said...

The logic and wonder of children is amazing honest and pure...gotta love that!

So so cute!!

Julie R

Fenwick Family said...

Kids just say the cutest things.That makes me think of funny things that my kids say.

Marleina said...

What a riot!! It really is hard to follow through sometimes with their little faces, isn't it??

Pam said...

Ok, Micah is just the same about saying sorry. As soon as his bottom hits the time out stool, he thinks if he says sorry, I will let him up immediately. He will say sorry about 200 times until I let him get up. *sigh* Too cute!

ColleenC said...

So funny! Love the voting story. My son voted at school but couldn't even remember who he voted for (clearly he put much thought into the matter). Your kiddos sound like they're so much fun!