Wednesday, September 10, 2008

So I Never Forget

A conversation I had with Little Bit last night at bedtime.

Me:  "Nite nite princess."
LB: (you can see the wheels in her brain churning) 
"I a princess?"
Me: "Yes baby you are our Princess Sophie." 
LB: "Hmmm. Mama are you a princess too?
Me: "Nope. I'm what you call the queen."
LB: "Oh. So you da Queen Mommy.
Me: "Oh how I love you. I couldn't have said it better myself." 

What a nut. Here's a pic from tonight's gymnastics class. Sorry about the "deer in the headlights" look she's giving here and the lighting in the gym Sucks with a capital S. But you can get a look at Mary Lou's new leotard. 




14 comments:

maria said...

love the leotard!

Anonymous said...

Gigi scores it a perfect 10!!!!!

Lara, the Neurotic Att'y said...

Love the faded tattoo on her wrist even more than the leotard!

Anonymous said...

what a memory. love the picture

ella

Paula said...

love it!!!

Jami said...

Love it!!

Jonathan's Mommy said...

You are SO the queen mommy! Love the leotard!

Melissa said...

Love it!

Shana-Lynn said...

That is the cutest leotard, where did you get it??

And a HUGE amen on lighting in those gyms! Don't they know we want to take pictures!?!

Katie said...

That leotard is adorable! I guess we have to start referring to you as the Queen Mommy now...

Janice said...

That is the cutest gymnast I have seen! Her leotard is adorable too! It's a good thing she knows who the Queen is around the house. :)

Megan said...

Oh my gosh!! LOVE IT!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

you have a real gem in that child

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