"I didn't know Merida was up here all night!"
"She was supposed to get a salon, like the other Barbies, because of all the weddings."
"Elsa and Cinderella got married. Because their names both end in -a. And they're both in blue."
"Merida wants to marry Anna."
"But Anna is already married."
"Then I'll marry Merida."
"But Anna is married to you."
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"Yes, her feet are high-heeled. But they can be flat."
* * *
"Let's compare skins!"
* * *
"Go back to sleep."
"The sky's awake, so I'm awake. So I have to play."
"Go play by yourself."
"Do you want to build a snowman?"
"Now let's do it with ourselves!"
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Monday, December 15, 2014
It is so amazing watching Chloe learn to read. She's acquired sounds and blends and several rules, and the world is blooming around her. We drove home from the mall the other day and she called out "'Stop'!" and "'Market'!" and "Is that 'Dillards'?" She spelled "splendid" for me in bed when she kept telling me she had a "splendid" idea for my Christmas present (though not what it is). Spelling words to keep her from knowing what we're talking about isn't safe anymore. It's wonderful.