Monday, July 10, 2006

one more thing

I forgot to tell you the phrases Little Girl has started using since I started working for her family:

"No thank you" (for EVERYTHING -- toddlers say "no" a LOT. At least she's polite.)
"Moley Moley!" (i.e., "Holy Moly!")
"Oof-DA!" (a real Minnesotism)
"Marine, marine, marine" (i.e., "I want to sing Yellow Submarine!")
"Breezy please" (i.e., "please roll my window down.")

She also gave me a kiss on my back today because I told her my back was very sore. She then said, "buh-bye, owwies!" It was cute. Ineffective, but cute.

8 comments:

KleoPatra said...

Awwww... that is cute (the kiss to help your back).

"NONONONONONO" - i remember when i used to babysit... oh, that was a fave word and phrase...

EatPeacePlease said...

That is so cute. Funny you mentioned this because I was thinking earlier that we haven't heard LB and LG stories in a while. This one is great. I like the breezy please... I may pick that one up!

funwithyourfood said...

Little girl is so adorable and smart.

:)

Teddy

Harmonia said...

How sweet!

:)

Crystal & Ryan - Café Cyan said...

Very cute about the kids phrases. I'm trying to get my 3 year old nephew to say "I love you Crystal" because he thinks I'm Ryan (he also thinks Ryan is Ryan) so he just says "I love you Ryan".

Yoga, yoga, yoga! Do it! It would be good for you and Leslie to e-mail each other your yoga logs each week. My friend and I did that for awhile and it holds you accountable.

For the pot pie - it might be good to come up with an individual or smaller size. If I were on my own, I wouldn't be too excited about 3 more servings of pot pie. (but, hey, that's me!)

Stay on your roll!

-Crystal

kaivegan said...

Too cute! I like the breezy and buh-bye owwies!

Glad you finally went to Storables and got your cart!

How about a yoga log on your blog?

Melody said...

I hope so much that their parents realize what an amazing person they have caring for their kids.... seriously... this made me sad in a way, because this is something a mother would write about her children... but it makes me happy to know that these children have someone who cares for them enough to write their new little sayings in her blog..

Dori said...

Kids - gotta love them! I was chatting with a mom this week who shred that her little one said, "Mommy I don't like to have bless you on my hand." After she sneezed.