So we were in the check out line at the store the other day, and my daughter holds up a package of fun fruits. She doesn't say anything. She just stands there holding them up to "show" me with a smile on her face. And me being the mean mommy that I am :) I told her to put them back. She looks at me and says, "But Mommy, I neeeeeeed them." With the need all drawn out and dramatic. The guy who was checking us out looks at me and asks, "Did she just say that she needs it?" with a huge smile on his face. I say, "Yes, she's two and she apparently needs it." She's so smart and we are so going to be in big trouble with this one. She keeps me smiling. I just love her to pieces!
Oh.My.Goodness....I just told Ella "No, ma'am" for doing something she wasn't supposed to be doing. And what did I receive back in return..."I didn't do nothin'. " WHAT!?! Is the talking back really already starting? And nevermind that it wasn't proper English. Since she's 2 I'll let it slide. The English that is. Not the talking back! :)
Another cute note for me to remember...she had put her dolls up in her bed, their faces on the pillow so that they could take a nap. Well we were downstairs and she said that her dolly's were awake. So then she yells upstairs so that the dolly's can hear her..."I'm comin babies!"