ANGELingo ~ POST #1

Since October ’07, I’ve been journaling little phrases I’d overhear my Braylon Emmanuel say. If I ever get amnesia or Altzeimers or just let time go by & forget the details, I will be sooo thankful for this category. So now that my lil princess is really startin’ to talk, it’s time I created a category all her own. Ricky helped with the creative title  : )

So as of today, I’ll be jotting down the cute or funny or thought-provoking first words of our Angel. Because life really is about delighting in the details.

Angel’s been saying adorable two-word phrases for a few months. ie: she’s really grasped please and thank-you, in context, which always brings a smile. But I just want to make sure, before I forget it, to note her 1st three-word phrase she said (last night), right after my husband gave her the traditional bedtime snack he gives them every night, a bowl of cereal.

“Tay-Too, Daddy, Shee-woe”

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AngeLingo…about being full

My baby girl eats like a bird. She takes a while, does a pretty good job, likes all kinds of varieties of food, but her portions are tiny. We always forget how tiny her tummy is. When I first started teaching her to say she was full, it didn’t seem right. She probably wasn’t. She usually wasn’t “all done” either, with left over food on her Dora plate.

So today, she caught on to the new phrase. After we snacked on pizza with goat cheese and salad, she cleared her setting and said with a smile,

“Tank you, mommy. Angel satifive.”

ANGElingo – Post #1!

Since October ’07, I’ve been journaling little phrases I’d overhear my Braylon Emmanuel say. If I ever get amnesia or Altzeimers or just let time go by & forget the details, I will be sooo thankful for this category. So now that my lil princess is really startin’ to talk, it’s time I created a category all her own. Ricky helped with the creative title  : )

So as of today, I’ll be jotting down the cute or funny or thought-provoking first words of our Angel. Because life really is about delighting in the details. Angel’s been saying adorable two-word phrases for a few months. ie: she’s really grasped please and thank-you, in context, which always brings a smile. But I just want to make sure, before I forget it, to note her 1st three-word phrase she said (last night), right after my husband gave her the traditional bedtime snack he gives them every night, a bowl of cereal.

“Tay-Too, Daddy, Shee-woe”

cereal1