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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Lilly Says

As I mentioned in yesterday's post, the North Carolina General Assembly is in session, which means my husband will be spending a good portion of his week nights at work for the next several weeks at least.  It seems like the only things Lilly will eat these days are yogurt and popcorn (of course that is an exaggeration but only a slight one, ha!), which is lucky for me because I refuse to cook for one person.  Plus, when I have both kiddies by myself I'm lucky to get them both fed, bathed and in bed with no injuries anyway.  Last night for dinner, Lilly had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, an apple, some blueberries, a string cheese and some pirate's booty.  I put her in her high chair and she immediately clasped her little hands together in front of her, gasped and said, 
"Oh, Mommy!  Look at this delicious lunch you made for me!"  
I am not sure why it tickled me so much - probably partially because I was tired and partially because it was clearly not a gourmet meal and I'd been feeling a little guilty about her having had grilled cheese for lunch and pb&j for dinner - but I laughed for a good 5 minutes.  This kid keeps me on my toes, y'all.

I know this picture is totally random, but I forgot to post it when I took it and thought L's bathtub masterpiece was cute.
Don't forget that the Goosewaddle giveaway ends tonight at midnight, so go enter if you haven't already.  It's almost the weekend, hooray!


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