Saturday, September 26, 2009


Milly cracks me up. I have to document some of this stuff for prosperity.

Milly to Daddy: "I'm not going to jump on you, I'm going to land on you."
(said after Daddy asked her to please not jump on him - I see law school tuition in our future...)

Milly to Seesa: "If you don't move your legs, I'm going to break them."

Milly to Mommy after we pull into the driveway of our house: "Mommy, don't say okey dokey."
(it then occurred to me that I actually do say, "okey dokey" every time we pull up to the house and are about to get out of the car...what is up with that?)

Milly to Mommy: "Mommy, let the man sing the song."
(said just about anytime I sing along to the radio, which is every time the radio is on)

Three years old... the teenage years should be fun.


rachel... said...

Hilarious! One of the best things about blogging, is that I've documented some of the awesome things my kids have said, too.

I'm still laughing at "... don't say okey dokey". I think I might do that, too!

bernthis said...

I get:

mom to phoebe: "mommy is losing her mind"
phoebe: I know you already said that.

nice huh?

Kate Coveny Hood said...

My daughter will be three in a month and this reminds me so much of her. Adorable.

Marinka said...

Is Millie in the mafia?

Issas Crazy World said...

Laughing at the last one. :)

I have heard (and I swear after two girls getting through three years old, that it's true) that three and thirteen are very much alike.

Lucy said...

Little ones say the cutest things and older ones, well, not so cute (lol) enjoy the moments they go fast!

Maura said...

Wow. You've got some interesting times ahead of you! :-)

Zip n Tizzy said...

Those three year olds are a force to be reckoned with... Especially for their older sibs.
Watch out Seesa!

Mine was telling me earlier, "It's NOT my job to keep track of my baby, you go get her RIGHT NOW!"

youarekiddingme said...

Wow, good luck with that one! My Monkey Man is 4 1/2 and has the 'tude of a 13 year-old. I, too, am sooo looking forward to adolescence.

Mary Freaking Poppins said...



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