Tuesday, March 30, 2010

a prayer

dear lord:

please give me the strength to make it through gigi's opera singing phase.



Caitlin and Tim said...

Ahahahaha!! Best of luck!

Tice said...

Ha. You're in our prayers.

natalie said...

I'm sorry, but I do love this.

susan m hinckley said...

Ha ha ha -- April, you're so funny. Sometimes the phase never passes. . .

So delighted to see you in blogland again. Those pictures of the daddy daughter date are about the cutest thing I've ever seen!

And I was so sorry to hear about your grandma. It's wonderful that you got to spend so much time with her while she was here. That's a rare gift, and one that my kids haven't really had enough of.

LINDSEY said...

Oh, this post makes me smile so very, very much! Love it. So, so funny. Good luck! And hey, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. I'll be you have a fantastic opera voice!

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"is that lily holding baby lily?" -lily's response when i showed her a picture of gracie holding her when lily was a baby.

"drama class is actually a lot of fun." -gracie (this is only humorous in that grace seemed surprised by how much she likes drama class. this from my child who we refer to as "a drama queen" when she is not around.)

"mom, you can go with my teacher and i'll stay home with japie and evan. daddy can go to work, and i'll be the mommy" -lily, in response to learning that she would be going to preschool next year instead of this year.

"mom, if you don't get rid of that smell soon, you're going to have to buy a new car." -gracie when it took me a couple of days to clean out my car after returning from a road trip.

"mommy, they have dress-ups for you!" -lily while walking by the prom dress section at macy's.

"i said the prayer "last"-erday." -lily's replacement word for "yesterday."