Aubs has been acting like a total "kid" lately and I think it is so funny. Maybe it was the switch from her crib to her big girl bed that has suddenly turned her from a baby to a little girl. Of course she isn't saying some of the hilarious one liners that many kids who about 6 months to a year older than her are saying but she still cracks me up. Here is some of the stuff she has been doing and saying lately.
~ When I pick her up from school I always ask her if she had a fun day so now she is constantly asking me if I am having a fun day. She asks me this at least twenty times a day without fail.
~ When someone is standing up on something high to fix a light or hang something she without a always tells them to be careful. The contractor who was at our house hanging fans in our living room thought this was hysterical.
~ She asks our dog Ruby for a kiss before we leave the house and will stick her tongue out and follow Ruby around until she licks her face.
~ We have a potty song that we sing to the tune of "We Will Rock You" but changed it to "We Want Pee Pee", Aub decided that "We Want Diapers" better suited her because she won't pee on the potty.
~ She says thank you, your welcome, and excuse me followed by the person's name like it's going out of style.
~ She praises herself by saying "good job Aubrey" and "thank you Aubrey" after she does every little thing.
~ She is still and hopefully always will be a dancing machine. Even when she hears someones ringtone in a store, it sends her into dance mode.
~ She's a little copycat and brushes her teeth and cleans her face in unison with me almost every morning.
~ She's big on holding hands these days which I love.
~ She calls teddy grahams "pooh bears"
I'm sure there are a ton more that I can't think of at the moment. This is just such a fun age because she is picking up on so many things so quickly. I am going to start writing them down so I don't forget them. It will be funny for us and for her to look back on when she is older.
What have your kiddos been up to lately?