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Conversations with the Kids

Last night, during dinner, I asked the kids how school was.

Connor:  I can't know.

Colin:  Good!

Keira:  I play and nap and have lunch and toast (breakfast) and have snack and go potty and wash hands and get m n m (reward for going potty) and wear my underwear and wake up from nap and turn on lights and sing songs.

At least I get information from one of them.

Last chance to enter my giveaway - it ends tonight!

It's been quite awhile, but I thought I'd do a blog hop and meet some new people!

Comments

Quadmama said…
My first question is always "What did you have for snack today?" At least I know I'll get an answer beyond "Good."
Emily said…
Hi! New follower from the Welcome Wednesday Blog Hop.

This is a great post. I can remember saying some of those things to my parents. Can't wait for my little one to start saying them to me!

Best,
Emily from Nap Time Is My Time
I can't wait to catch up on your posts! I read a few and am definitely following because I enjoy them not just because of the hop although I am glad to have found your through it. I will be back tonight to catch up! Thanks for following me :)
Design It Chic said…
Hi there, Sarah! I just discovered your cute blog and I'm glad I did. Btw, you have such a fun and catchy blog name! I am now following you thanks to Welcome Wednesday blog hop and it would be so nice if you could share the love back on my blog:)
And don't forget to check our new Blog Tutorial going on today. It's very easy and it would look amazing on your blog:) See you there!
Happy Thursday
Following you in your google friend connect. Hope you can visit my blog- i will be happy if you can follow me in my google friend connect.
Thank's:)
Haha! Girls are so chatty. :) Stopping over from M&M.

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