Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Laughing the days away

Just popping in to let you all in on some funny things the girls have said or done the last couple of days. Forgive the bullet points... we are planning to leave for ice cream in a minute!
 Yesterday at the pool Jason and I were sitting by the side and watching the girls (they were all over the pool).  Juli was in the really shallow part of the pool where there was also a young couple that seemingly LOVE the tanning bed. I mean... seriously unnaturally tan.  They were sitting there looking all young and carefree and Julianne popped the guy across the face with a pool noodle.  Not on purpose.... she was just turning around and he was in the wrong place at the wrong time.  His whole head snapped to the side like he'd been slapped!  Jason and I both cracked up laughing.  Julianne never knew she hit him.  He shouldn't have been in the kiddie pool anyway. :)
Last night we told the kids we had 2 surprises after dinner.  The first was ice cream... we were planning to go to Bruster's, but it started raining as we left and they only had outside tables.  So, we went to Dairy Queen instead.  When we pulled in, Adelaide saw the DQ sign and said, "Oh, drama queen... I knew it."
We went "crap hunting" last night according to Julianne (aka crab hunting)
Today while playing at the beach, Julianne said she wanted to get in the "ladies' river" also known as the "lazy river."
Adelaide was also requesting an itouch (it's not happening) and she said that a friend of her's in her class got one from T "mobile" pronounced like Mobile the city instead of mobile like mobile phone.
Julianne also declared that crap hunting makes her scary.
Lucy tried to get up close to a sea hull (aka sea gull) and it started flying toward her... let's just say she doesn't take after her mama.  She DID NOT run in place, she ducked and weaved her way away from that bird!
Oh!  And I told you yesterday about the memory verse and Jules saying A friend loves at all the times...  well, this week is Ephesians 4:32 "Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other."  Only Julianne says "forgetting" each other... I don't think that's what it means at all.  :)

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