in Anna's case, "Mamma, there's a stegasaurous in my Cheerios." Pause, then she added, with an explanatory tone, "a dinosaur." Glad that Anna thinks her mother is a little slow.
All I can say is, way to go for her nursery school. Her teachers are teaching her so many new things. Some mornings, they have a whole collection of plastic dinosaurs out for the kids to play with, and Anna must have learned some the names. She's also started correcting me when I say "yea" instead of "yes" (which I do all the time).
By the way, there wasn't a stegasaurous, or any other kind of dinosaur, in her Cheerios.
We had a good night with Elsa last night, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed for tonight.
Sunday, November 12, 2006
Elsa has reached the 8 month mark (still no crawling, but she stands like a champ). On one of the pictures you can get a look at the first tooth. Tooth #2 has just broken through, and Elsa is finally starting sleep better.
Miss Anna has made a new friend at school. She informed me on Friday that she played with "Julie-fish" at school today. Turns out that "Julie-fish" is called Julius by his mother and father.
Saturday, November 04, 2006
Thursday, November 02, 2006
- Will my stomach ever stop feeling like a squishy marshmallow?
- Will Elsa ever become a good sleeper again? (please, little tooth, just come out already)
- Am a scarring Anna forever by reading silly fairy tales for her? (she is currently obsessed with Cinderella and Rapunzel; it is the "and she married the prince and lived happily ever after" bit that worries me)
- Will Carlos be home for more than two days at a time? (I think the answer to that is no. At least not until Christmas.)
By the way, no trick or treaters. That means I'm left with lots of candy. Oh dear.