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Emily Facts

Over the weekend I got Emily some new shoes. She loves them! In fact, she slept in them Sat night. I had a Dr appt. today and my sweet neighbor kept Emily. The Dr gave me an antibiotic for this mess I have. I sure hope this is the last of the cold/sinus infections.
Here are some Emily facts:
1. Everyday when she wakes up, she says,"Daddy at work." That is the very first thing she says.
2. She wants a spoon or fork for EVERYTHING she eats. She wanted a spoon tonight to eat chips. She put each chip on the spoon and ate them that way.
3. She LOVES to flush the toilet and she says,"I close the door, Mama." That is what she says as she reaches for the lever to flush.
4. The bath water must run the entire time she is in the tub. Turning off the water is a major tragedy to her.
5. She loves to put on a bow or perfume or my shoes and say, "I pretty Mama!"
6. She is constantly trying to get her babies to go night night and many times she will come to Steve or me and put her little finger over her mouth and say, Shhhhhhhhh. She has picked that up because we are always trying to get her to go night night.



Comments

Leigh Ann said…
My Ella Grace loves shoes, too. Must just be a girl thing. I recognize her outfit from Gymboree...my favorite store! She looks adorable!
Kelly said…
She is a mess and I love her SOOOOOOOOOOO much!!!!!
Hillary said…
Oh my word! She is huge!!!
pinkmommy said…
Girly girls are so much fun!!!

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