Monday, April 17, 2006

"Amya's eating my food!!!"

I keep thinking, I really need to update the blog, I'll do it today. And then I don't. So this will probably turn into a long post, or else I'll split it up into 2 and post tomorrow, cause I'm sure I'll forget some stuff today.

Elena said the funniest thing the other day. I had gotten Amya up for school and she had just left on the bus when I heard Elena crying. I went into the room to ask her what was wrong. She was having a bad dream and I had to ask her a few times what was wrong before she woke up enough to answer me. When she did, she said "Amya's eating my food!" That crazy girl was having a bad dream about Amya eating her food. Keith and I couldn't stop laughing.

Amya is getting too smart for us. The other day, she was going under my bed to get the kittens out. Dory had hidden them under there. Here's a picture of 2 of them, by the way...

Anyway, she was under the bed and found a bag from Barnes & Noble that had books in it that I'd bought for the girls for Easter. She got one out and was waving it around, saying, "When did you get this, Mom? Is this for me?" (It was a Dora book that was for Elena.) I told her that it wasn't for her and not to get into my stuff. So then she got all upset that it wasn't for her and wanted to know if I had gotten something for her, and if so, what was it, etc. (I need to find a better hiding place.) Fast forward to yesterday, and the girls get their Easter baskets. She sees the book for Elena and says "Hey, the Easter Bunny got Elena the same book that you got her". I said "Oh yeah, I guess I'll have to return the one I got". She tells me no, I can just give it to her, then asks where is the book that I got for her when I got that book for Elena. Um, you're holding it in your hands and you think it's from the Easter Bunny. Do you see what happens when you lie?? Anyway, here they are with their Easter baskets.

Téa is the one the most into the candy this time. Usually Elena can't get enough of it (proof of this is in the statement - "Mom, I want candy in my mouth") and don't get me wrong, she's eating plenty of it, but Téa is on the constant look-out for candy. And the bad part is, when she finds it, she eats it right away, wrapper and all. Then we find her with wrappers in her mouth, and pieces of candy scattered throughout the house, with bites taken out of them. Crazy girls. Here they are in their Easter dresses, ready to go to church.

Well, Amya's calling me to come help her with a snack, so I guess I'll do more updating tomorrow.

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