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Things that my daughter says

I just have to shake my head at some of the things that my daughter says to us, it is amazing to watch this little baby turn into a little person with a mind of their own.  Here are some of my favourite things that she has said:

 

January 1, 2012


A week ago Alora was saying that she wanted to live with us forever and today since I am not letting her play with every new Barbie she received for Christmas. She turned to me and said Hum…..well I am moving out tomorrow.  So I turned to her and said that should be easy since we own everything in this house including your clothes.  Well, she stormed out mumbling something about maybe waiting a week or changing her mind and all I could think of was I am starting to sound like my parents.



November 25, 2011


She made my husband and I laugh one day and we told her that she was funny, she turned to us and smiled and said “I was born that way!”


My daughter was brushing her teeth and she just blurted out “Mom, did you realize before you had me, that is was going to be so difficult raising me.”


I was reading some book to her at bedtime and I was having trouble with getting some of the words out and I turned to her and jokingly said that “Mommy’s lost most of her brain when she had her.”  She looked at me really seriously and said Does that mean that I have most of your brain?”

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