Monday, December 1

I Probably Should Have Asked the Question Before I Bought Those Toys



And while we're on the topic of the Toddler's love for the Pittsburgh Penguins, can I just say how sad I am that she found the "g" (see below video from this past Spring at around 0:18)? What's next? Reciting the Gettysburg Address?

20 comments:

  1. she sure is a cutie!

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  2. My husband would like to know how you got a girl to like sports. He has 3 and none of them share their love for football. I may not like it, but I would be thrilled if one of the girls watched it with him. Then I would be free to watch my chick flicks in peace! I keep telling him there are girls out there that enjoy sports, but so far he's 2 for 2. It's still unclear if Peanut will be daddy's sports buddy.

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  3. She is just so cute! Watching those videos makes me miss my babies (my kids are 33, 35, and 37. I have two grandsons who are 6 and 12, and a granddaughter who is 10. I almost never see them, though. One is in Maryland, one in Georgia, and one in Washington state. I am in Arizona)

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  4. I freaking love that kid, though I am truly sad she's saying the word correctly. It'll always be Penins!

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  5. Jenn's right. In your heart it will always be penins! LOL! At our house that thing that keeps milk cold in the kitchen is still a figinrater... always will be.

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  6. and in our house, the crazy stuff is always ridiclious.

    always.

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  7. brings a little tear to the eye, no?

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  8. Penins are a whole lot cuter.

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  9. She's so cute - even though she's a Penguins fan. Alexis can come watch the Bruins with us anytime!

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  10. Will have to watch the videos at home (darn work puter)

    It is sad that it's not Pen-ins anymore! I have a whole list of things I wish the kids hadn't learned to say correctly. At least you still have betchtables...

    In our house, we still eat Basagna!

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  11. Oh - and my oldest once told me he had j-justin. Took me 30 minutes of "interrigation" to figure out that he had...

    INDIGESTION

    **Snif** I still miss that one.

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  12. Penins ARE a whole lot cuter!
    :)

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  13. I second what Debbie said. Miss Peach couldn't be less interested in sports:P You'd think I was torturing her when the Bears are on...Wait, that is torture;)

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  14. Call-ed it! Totally did. Dadgum I'm good. And, I'm waiting for your pressy to arrive - are we ALLOWED to talk Chrissy now, o'grinchy one?

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  15. a good dose of your daughter will right any bad day...

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  16. She's grown up so much. She'll be dating and driving before you know it.

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  17. It's sad when they learn how to say stuff correctly. I'm going to be really bummed when Sumo stops calling football "buttball." Because let's be honest - "buttball" is pretty damn funny.

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  18. Too cute! Both my kids were in speech and didn't talk much at 2 but when the were 4 (lmao) and started to pronounce my favorite misspoken words right my heart broke a little!

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  19. Knute wanted to see Alexis as I'm furiously flipping thru your posts trying to find a picture of you. And, now he's cheering, "Let's go Jingo. Let's go Jingo." Thanks for that.

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