One mom's journey through the crazy world that is parenthood.
“Mommy, can I be a science girl forever?”Oh yes. Yes, you certainly can.
So, since birth Becca has struggled with having eczema behind both ears. It typically flairs up in the winter months when her skin is the driest. We try to remember to keep her lotioned up, but it’s easy to forget. When I do put her lotion on, though, I often say “We have to keep your lotion on you so that your eczema doesn’t come back.” So, the other day, she woke up and put her hands behind her ears and said“My eggs are back.” It was all I could do to keep from ROTFL!
“I love you so much Baby Grayson.”Melt my heart all over the floor!
While watching Sesame Street, one of the special words was “float”… and the example showing “float” was an astronaut showing things floating in space. “He’s on the ISS! I’m gonna go there some day, Mommy.”
“Bye, Mommy. I’m off to Mars.” “How are you gonna get there?” Sometimes since receiving her train set for Christmas, she has said that she’s taking the train to various places – the grocery store, church, etc. So I half expected her to say “the train.” “Orion.” Of course.
“I’m a dancing rabbit butterfly queen!” Wasn’t sure how to respond to that one. But I certainly did smile a lot as she danced around the room wearing her butterfly shirt and her purple tutu. Love this girl. She never fails to amaze.
“I’m your shopper buddy!” She certainly is. Somehow we suddenly crossed the line of dreading to take her with me anywhere, and now really enjoying getting to take her shopping. Love my big girl so much!