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The Real World of a Princess

Emily had her Kay-K and Pop come visit from MS this weekend. We all had a wonderful time and Emily was spoiled with princess attire! She loves getting into my jewelry and shoes, so I hope this will hinder that a little. She now has her own stuff. And she is so proud. She was thinking she looked good and I might add, she did.


Everyday I think I am going to get to report that Emily stayed in her big girl bed all night, but it just has not happened. She has had some good nights, but she still gets up several time while Steve and I are still up. And the sad news for me: She is getting up around 6:00 or 6:30 every morning. She just comes and stands by my bed. We bought her some princess sheets this weekend hoping it would keep her in the bed, but nope.


This morning Emily and I played outside . She loves playing with bubbles. We came in for lunch and Emily insisted that I go outside and she stay in. She pulled me out and said, "I be right back Mama." I sat out and did my Bible Study in the sun. Every minute or so she would come out and say,"I be right back." About 3 or 4 minutes later she came to the door with her shirt, jeans at her ankles and no diaper. She announced so proudly,"I poo poo Mama!!!!!!!!" And did she ever! It was the most aweful mess we have EVER had in our house. I asked where the diaper was and she said, "it in the trash." She had an entire roll of toilet paper in the toilet and she had tried to flush it down. As I tried to help her get her jeans off, she kept grabbing me with her aweful hands. We both had to have a second bath! Bless her heart, she was so proud of her accomplishment. She wanted to take care of it all by herself. I now understood why she insisted that I be outside. She likes to be a girl in control.

Comments

Hillary said…
If you want to play dress up with Emily you can borrow my Cinderella dress.
pinkmommy said…
Oh my, life with a toddler is never boring, huh.
Leigh Ann said…
She is sooo cute! I'm sorry about the bed thing. It can be so frustrating. That potty story is hilarious (although at the time it may not have been)!
Kelly said…
I told Scott about this last night. You can imagine the faces he was making.
I'm sorry you had this mess but it is so funny.
Guy and Julie said…
I can't believe she did that! She was trying so hard to be a big girl...yuck. What an awful mess!

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