Saturday, January 24, 2009

Bryn cracks me up!


Tonight we went to dinner at the Outback.  We love this restaurant!  Bryn ordered her favorite, Mac & Cheese with a Dr. Pepper (actually it's Mr. Pibb....she doesn't know that).  When she was done eating she said, "Wow!  There's a party in my stomach."

Later, Dave took Nick out to walk around while I waited for the bill.  Bryn wanted to join him and I told her I wanted her to stay and keep my company.  She said, "You have the Holy Ghost with you, so you won't be TOTALLY alone."  We laughed so hard!  She's a great kid.


9 comments:

The Crawford's 3 said...

That is so totally awesome! I loved it when Madison got to that age.

Our Little Corner said...

The party in my stomach thing is hilarious. I think Mr Pipp and Mac and Cheese would be a good party to attend.
Why are kids in this (basic) age group so concerned about their stomachs. Natalee has this thing lately of telling us that she's hungry and then says, "Feel my tummy, it's so empty." Then when she eats she wants us to feel it again because "it's so full." Personally, I can't tell the difference. :)

Tanya said...

What great comments! What kids say is so cute.

Julie said...

Shilo, tell Natalee that touching other people's tummies is WEIRD! hahaha!

Our Little Corner said...

Yeah, upon further reflection we probably should have a talk about that.
I'm a horrible mother...no temple wedding for the pandas and veiled sexual harassment from my 6 year old.

Julie said...

Well Shilo, I know being a mom is hard and I know everyone can't be like me. So don't worry, I understand :-)

Dustin, Darci, Britton, & Benjamin said...

Hey Julie, this is Darci, Shelsie's sister. Your daughter looks just like you! You have a nice little family. How old are your kids? Come check out our blog to see my cute boys too.

Our Little Corner said...

I need to move to Arizona so I can take perfect mother lessons. I think it would benefit us all.
I certainly wouldn't have to take sarcasm lessons, nor would you, am I right? :)

Julie said...

Sarcasm lessons? I don't think I need those. Let me think.....nope, I'm pretty sure I don't need those.