Just had to Share – April 22, 2006

ImageWhen I was designing digi stuff, I had a blogger blog. Before I closed that account off, I printed out all of my posts for posterity. For fun, I went through some of them and found this little gem. It was titled “Just Had to Share”.

“Last night my children were playing dominoes at the kitchen table. They were setting them all up in rows to be knocked down.I’m not sure exactly how it all came about but my son said to Miss Four “Don’t make the same mistake twice”. Quick as a wink, Miss Four comes back with “I won’t. I’ll make them one at a time.”I laughed so hard, I had tears running down my cheeks. I have no idea where she gets these from.Then today, we were laying on top of our bed and discussing going out for a drive and the point of discussion was where we should go. Daddy had his eyes closed and told Miss Four to be quiet because he was trying to think. Miss Four was insisting that Mummy sing songs with her (but Mummy didn’t want to). So Daddy said, “If you don’t be quiet, I won’t be able to think of where we are going to go”.Miss Four’s reply…. “But you don’t need Mummy to help you to think”!

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again “That girl has been here before”! 🙂

9 thoughts on “Just had to Share – April 22, 2006

  1. Bless her cotton socks!
    My miss four – favourite word at the moment: ‘Disappointed’. She has moved on from ‘precarious’ a word she picked up from big brother….nearly fell on my back when that came out her mouth! It when they get these life concepts so spot on that it is flabbergasting though hey 😉 Funny little things.


      1. Haha! My daughter scared me while she was growing up. I thought she would become a Little Miss Know-It-All. While she does like to share the information she knows, and sometimes does it in a voice tone which some take as – well know-it-all-ish. She has grown to be the most compassionate, wonderful adult. Your daughter sounds like an observer, not a self-involved person.


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