Friday, July 10, 2009

The Littles' quotes of the week...

  • James sits down and plays random notes very seriously on the piano for about 3 minutes and stands up when he finishes, proclaiming "I like to call that..."Hibernating 'aminals' "
  • Keren was holding a Cinderella school folder in Wal-Mart, opening and closing it when suddenly the corner pokes her in the eye and she yells "Owwwwww...T-Rella( cinderella) in mine "Oyyyy"(eye)!!"
  • Jeremiah walks into the bathroom at our pool, shivers and says "UMM, POLAR BEARS could live in here."
  • I ask the boys to go up and get ready for bed...they quickly come back with..
James:"Well!! Mom is upstairs taking a shower and we want to give her quiet time alone with no noise upstairs!" Josiah: "Yea!!" Jeremiah: "Yea! For Mother's Day!"
  • Our pool that we are members of has a lazy river and the other day, it was starting to get a little crowded. Josiah sees this, shakes his head and says..."Mom, just look at all those lazy people."
  • Jeremiah, James and I were playing a memory game and as Jeremiah is winning, he chuckles and says "I wundo how God made me so smart..."
  • Jeremiah told me a story about an ant the other day that was walking through our house with a chip on his back and according to Jer, the ant was teasing the other ants saying "Ha, ha I have a chip and you don't! I have a chip...ha..ha." and then Jer says..." So then I squished him!! and he said "ohhh..i guess I can't tease anymore!"
(This cute picture was taken by the lovely Rachel.)
  • Keren's trademark term is "Aww!! How T-yoot!!!" which translated means, "How Cute." and she says it about babies and little cute animals or baby anything's. Its her favorite thing to say. She can't say it with out shrugging her shoulders up, squinting her eyes and clasping her hands. It's precious.
  • The boys are observing the bees in their beloved sunflower garden:
They really don't like bees and wasps. They were talking with mom about the ones on the flowers and were talking about killing them before they could sting them. Mom: "No, we don't need to kill them, we need to leave them alone. They are doing the job that God gave them to do, we need to leave them alone and they won't hurt us." James: "Yea, just like the Bible says..." We need to love our enemies." " The bees, being our enemies in this case. :)
These kids are precious and hysterical and I love them more than water and chocolate and cucumbers and hammocks and the beach and all of my favorite things here on earth. They are my favorites.
For the record, this picture was not staged. They love to walk like this. This is them walking through the zoo...oh what a fun adventure it was. We were quite at home with the monkeys. :)

5 comments:

Amy Jo said...

Hi Ellie! Just found your blog and can't wait to read more. What a beautiful heart you have. After less than a minute on your blog, I could feel your love for Jesus! Thank you for blessing me! :-)

BTW - One of my adoption friends has a daughter around your age who reminds me a lot of you. Check out Emily at: http://www.andthentherewereseven.blogspot.com/

Praying His sweet blessings upon you!

Amy in OR

Lindsey said...

Precious! Absolutely precious! Love it.

Sharon said...

They are such cuties!

Betharoo said...

Oooh! How T-yoot!!! LOL

Tori said...

I tagged you!

Love yah,
Tori