Claire is having trouble with the term "hand sanitizer." Yesterday it was "appetizer." Today it's "hamentizer."
this top (in green - LOVE it) yesterday at Dairy Queen. We stopped there on the way home from the doctor because BJ got his pertussis shot* and he was very brave. By the way, the Reindeer Bites Blizzard (lizard?) is awesome. I already want another. Anyway, I mentioned that the top wasn't optimal for breastfeeding, because it's tight under the chest. BJ said, "Maybe, but it is optimal for getting out of speeding tickets." I guess I was having kind of a Pamela Anderson day, considering that my milk came in. Hee!
(*I had my pertussis - DTAP - shot before we left the hospital. I also got an MMR. I said a very bad word, but it's totally worth it. Thanks, J.Lo!)
Speaking of nursing, after I nurse Jack when I break his latch, he'll usually try to suck a couple more times. It sounds like he's blowing kisses, so I choose to interpret it as, "Love ya, Mom, thanks for the snack!"
This one is more serious than funny, but I don't want to forget it... Mary Grace and BJ went shopping yesterday. On the way into the store she asked BJ for some coins for the Salvation Army. Last time we gave them something, they gave her a candy cane. She excitedly said, "Maybe I'll get another candy cane!" as they approached, but when she put the money in the bucket the bell ringer didn't offer her a candy cane. Instead of throwing a fit, she just said, "Merry Christmas!" to him and went into the store with her daddy. (At this point in the story, as BJ was telling me, I started crying. My good girl!)
So they go through Walmart half a dozen times, and she didn't ask for a single thing until they got to the check out and she asked for an 88 cent box of candy canes. Did my girl get candy canes? You betcha. And she came home and shared them with her sister. What a love.
I guess we're doing something right.