I think my girl is going to be funny. She's got her Daddy's sense of humor. He's a funny guy.
So for posterity, I wanted to document some of her antics. Granted, she's probably not trying to be funny in these instances, but who's keeping track...
1. I already told you how she loves poop humor (like her Mom) and has me in stiches with poop songs and commentary on the pot. Like when she explains that her pee is stored in one leg and her poop is in the other leg, so if you want one or the other to come out you just have to push or pat the approriate leg. Yeah. We had a little play date recently with a 2 year old who was recently potty trained, and my little L very seriously explained this truth to her friend. Priceless.
The most recent poopquiry was when she asked my hubby, "Why is my poop a circle when my booty is a line?" I'll let you think about that one for a second...
2. Recently she grabbed my hubby's face in her hands and said lovingly, "Daddy, you're so cute. You look just like a baby."
3. On a trip to Yogurtland I took this picture at the exact moment she was saying:
"When I grow up I'm going to be an ice cream maker at Yogurtland, and you can come visit me and I'll give you ice cream whenever you want."
4. One morning we were reading on the couch and I told her I needed to go take a shower after the next book (It had been a good three days since my last shampoo. Yes, this happens regularly. Two kids in, I am at peace with it.). She reached up and stroked my hair and said, "Mommy, your hair is so pretty and dark and shiny right before you take a shower."
5. If you looked at my last post you saw my girl and her BFF, (also L) in all their cuteness. They have such a sweet little friendship and have a ball together. Recently we had this conversation:
Little Lady: Me and L are getting married someday.
Me: Do you guys talk about that?
Little Lady: No, not yet. Maybe when we're 6 or 7 we'll start talking about it.
6. I realize this is not unusual, but it was a first for us. I got home from grocery shopping and un-packed the bags to find this:
Not candy, not toys, but finely cured meat. Daddy was happy.