"Mommy, I'm sorry I doubted at you"
lol they sure say the funniest things! It's amazing what they remember from our words, isn't it?
I love the idea of making it up as one goes along - should be an exercise for a week. Hope different would our week look???.Jesus and kids - WOW...
Oh, so cute that miss Jada. And so smart to not doubt at her mom. LOL!
that's great........just got caught up on your past posts..sounds like u had a lovely holiday with family..and your goals for 2007 crack me up, cheryl...you are a list person :)..blessings........
oh that is cuteness!!I love the things kids say!!Nice pic too!!:-D
Nothing worse then being doubted at! I love it!!
Kids say the most wonderful things. My three year old says "awesome" a lot, or "Yeah" with such emphasis. The other day he "read" from a card his older brother was reading from by repeating what he had heard him say, then asked for help from mommy after repeating everything verbatim but in baby speak. You just want to squeeze them!
I will have to remember that when I pray this evening.."God, I'm sorry I doubted at you." I'm sure He will appreciate the humor, out of the mouths of babes!
Ahh..kids..they are so pure!
she is adorable!!
Gotta love that sweet smile, too.
Jada is beautiful!Isn't it amazing the things that come "out of the mouths of babes"?I have a journal where I record many of Olivia's words of wisdom.
What a great smile she has!! Love the quote too!!Thanks for sharing!
I love this age, when they start using words they're familiar with but don't quite get it right. Too cute. And she's adorable. I still love, love her curly hair. :-)
This is too cute. Where do kids come up with this stuff? It's all terrific!
what a crown jewel ;)
Yes, you should keep a "gramma's rememberance" journal of Jada's quotes. I've got some doozies that my youngest daughter has said.Mrs. Mac
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