Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. Phillipians 4:8

Converstaions - Take 2

Regan: Mommy, how much did that tulle cost for Sage's Halloween tutu?

Mommy: I really don't know sweetie. Mommies have to do about 5 bazillion things everyday, so I really don't keep track of how much every little thing costs.

Sage: do NOT do five bazillion things a day! 

Mommy: No? You don't think so?

Sage: No. You only do like 5 things a day.

Mommy: I only do 5 things a day? OK, then tomorrow I am going to get myself out of bed, eat breakfast, get dressed, brush my teeth and fix my hair. Then, I am going to do nothing for the rest of the day. OK?

Regan: No! NO! No Mommy! (Glaring darts at Sage) Sage - if Mommy only does five things it means no getting our lunches ready, no ride to school, no gymnastics, no awana, no ride home from school, no waking us up in the morning.....

Sage: Ok, I guess maybe you do five bazillion things a day. Maybe even a googol. (Shuffles around for a few minutes) Mommy? How do you spell present?

About 10 minutes later I was treated to a 'God's-eye' carefully decorated with beads and a sweet note saying 'I love you Mom. I hope you like the present.' She let me know that it could maybe be my birthday present too...(the one they forgot about last week).

Love those kiddos! There is never a dull moment! :)


Laurel said...

Yep, cut from the same cloth all right! ;) Happy belated birthday!!