Maddie, yelling from the bathroom - "MOM-MY, I WENT POT-TY! I'm wenting potty cause I needed to go potty."
I really have no idea what she is trying to tell me.
Monday, January 25, 2010
Madeline Claire Ramsey, Age 4
loves to watch: Dora, Super Why, and Barbie movies
could eat every day: hot dogs, cheeto puffs, apple cinnamon cheerios, and salad with ranch dressing
besties: Lauren Box, her sisters, and John Mark's mommy (random, but that's what she says)
interested in: Littlest Pet Shop, boots, doing flips, and all kinds of rain-gear
can usually be found: wearing dress up clothes
Maddie at 4 ... is a little fragile. She is sooooooo emotional! Is that normal for a 3-4 yr old? I was spoiled by my eldest because she is the most matter-of-fact child .... not too much drama when you are like that.
Mads' reasoning is that things scare her and that she'd just rather be with me.
Not trying to raise a timid, co-dependent child but ....... when they say sweet things like that, I guess I'll let it slide for another year.
Friday, January 22, 2010
So, Sophie has spent the entire day referring to Eliza as "the two year old".
As in, the two year old smells poopy or the two year old needs to go take a nap or the two year old just wrote all over her face with a pen ...
Well, 5 year olds are mighty superior. We all know that.
It is getting a little, um, obnoxious. Maybe.
It reminds me of that movie Zathura, where the little boy can't really read but insists that he can. That's what our life is like.
She can read all. She can do all. She knows all. Awesome.
In all fairness to my little girl, she did actually cook supper for us Thursday night.
After gymnastics we were debating what to eat.
Sophie said, "Sweetie, (she was referring to me) why don't I make you some bear paws."
I said, "why don't you?"
and so she did.
They were yummy.
take two refrigerated biscuits. divide one biscuit into five pieces and roll into balls. attach to other biscuit in a paw formation. bake and serve with honey.
Sunday, January 10, 2010
Been a while. Not such the consistent blogger these days. Intentions are there, so are the distractions .... 3 distractions in fact.
Sooooooo, hmm, what's new ......
Maddie is trying to potty train Eliza by herself. Every time Mads needs to go, she says, "C'mon, Eliza! Time to potty!" and she takes her into the bathroom. Maddie pulls down E's pants and Eliza sits on her little pink potty.
Still wearing her diaper.
Last night WAY after they were in bed, Maddie needed to go and woke Eliza up to go with her. And so she did with no fuss whatsoever.
Of course, this is an unconventional way of potty training since Eliza has yet to actually potty on the potty. But, Mads is convinced it's working, so whatevs.
Along those same lines ...
Sophie uses the phrase "awesome, dude" a lot. She got it from Mr. Kevin. Eliza has now taken to using the phrase, too.
However, she says, "awesome, Pude".
And, yes, we think it's hysterical.
We Ramseys are nothing if not mature.