Monday, December 8, 2008

Some random saying of Amber

So the last couple of days/weeks I have been writing down some of the cute, funny, interesting... things that Amber has said. Here are just a few of them.

"It's Christmas time Elle, it's Christmas time!"
She said this when she saw the Christmas tree that I put up while she was taking her nap. She was very excited and has been asking if it is Christmas time for a couple of weeks.

"I don't need a friend, I just need a book."
Out of context this sounds a little strange so let me clarify a couple of things. Her 'friend' is whatever little stuffed animal or baby that she wants to take around with us when we leave the house. The book part is because we had just come home from the library with five new books to read and she couldn't wait to read them.

"Merry Christmas and Happy New Ear."
She was mostly right. I don't know of anyone who really needs a new ear though. J and I have tried to correct her, but after we laughed so hard about it she thinks it is funny so she keeps saying it this way.

"The ducks won't eat me, they only eat bread."
We were on our way to feel the ducks and I think she was giving herself a pep talk because last time the ducks got a little close and nipped at her pants.

Here are a couple pictures of the girls because they are so darn cute.

Amber and Elle riding the horse.
Amber just being cute.
Elle in the fall leaves that are finally coming down.
Elle shocked about something.
Amber being a little helper.


Beth Olsen said...

So dang cute! I can't wait until Garrett can talk so that I can here his funny little phrases! Umm...maybe I can wait...he's already awfully opinionated! Cute pictures too! Elle is getting so big!

Auntie Nettie said...

Omiheck! I love those girls.

P.S. I am TOTALLY Ripping you off for my blog. I needs to brag some more about my nieces.

Tom and Juli said...

How cute. I love the pictures with the Santa hat. I think my favorite Amber phrase is when she asks J for food (or chapstick) by saying "want some please and thanks!"