So I didn't think I needed to do another version of "things Evie says" so soon,
but the list I keep on the fridge is almost full.
(The best part about this list is that Grace adds her own versions of her little sister's expressions as well).
Last weekend we loaded up the horse trailer and pickup and went to get some hay. Everyone in our area is cutting hay right now because it is so dry.
First of all, let me say that I do not remember hay bales being so heavy.
Does this mean I'm getting old?
Did I eat too many cakepops last week?
Thank goodness Caleb took on the hard job of getting them up in the barn loft.
It was all my piddly self could do to muster up the strength to get them out of the trailer and into the barn.
Again, another reminder of why you never ever see "fat" farmers and ranchers.
They all work too hard and too long to ever have back fat.
This post was about my girls...
Here they are sitting on the fence post by the hay field.
When we got home, we showered and settled in for a family movie night.
Evie suggested we all go down in the basement for the movie "Because we all need some chuther".
Evie. I love you. And yes, we all do need each other.
Here's a couple more I found chuckle-worthy:
Instead of Little Red Riding Hood, we often read the steamier version which Evie calls "Little Hot Riding Hood".
While playing the Disney Princess Board Game: "Mom. I know you like to get the princesses. But we can't cheat this time. Ok?"
During a random car ride: "Do you know what I want to be when I grow up?
A sticking together kind of family."
"If you don't brush your teeth they will turn black and you'll get Half-Teets".
During dinner, "I am allergic for carrots. I can't eat them".
"We better not roll in the grass and have too much fun in these fancy clothes".
And the one that keeps me humble as a mom,
"Grace, if you don't get out of my way I'm going to crush your nuts".
Definitely must have picked that up at recess somewhere...