So I had a good run of Forest Says for a few years. And he still says funny stuff all.the.time (both intentionally and unintentionally!) but I’ve stopped keeping a record of as many. Instead, I’ve have a note on my phone that I keep a running list of all the funny things Peyton says or does. She is her father’s daughter after all!
Talking about when Gigi and DohDoh would be here to visit:
Peyton: bath… n… night night… n.. wake up… n…. doh doh!!!
A few days after we had a movie night with popcorn and watched Rock Dog when and I took a picture of all of us sitting on the couch together with the camera sitting on the tv stand:
Peyton: *sat down in front of the couch with tino, a giant stuffed teddy bear* cheeeese!
*got up to check her “camera” sitting on the tv stand.
Mama: was it a good one, Peyton?
This isn’t so much a letter as it is a list of things I love about you and don’t want to forget about at this age. You are a very special girl and I love you very much!
- You love reading books, walking, the blue slides at the park, Super Why on PBS, blueberries, bike rides, singing EIEIO, riding in the stroller, and ice cream.
Peyton turned 2 years old on June 2 and we celebrated at home with the cake of her request – pink cake and blue icing! She even blew out her own candles like a pro! The next weekend, while all the grandparents were here, we celebrated a second time with yummy cake after dinner.
Her gifts from dada and mama were a cute little table with umbrella and chairs and a Minnie umbrella. And she was showered with fun gifts and clothes from grandparents, aunts and uncles and extended family and friends.