Sunday, December 7, 2008

Gear Up!

One of the many inevitable conversations in a little girls life happened on our ride to church today. As eaves droppers in the front seat, all we could do was laugh.

Brynlee: "I'm da mommy and bruder, you are daddy. Okay."
Carson: "Um, Okay."

Oh Carson, gear up for YEARS of playing "house." and so it begins!
Do you think that since she's ready to tackle the role of mom she can take on potty training? I'm thinking since her new OBSESSION with wearing her birthday suit (stripping down about 8 times a day) we just might need to put that in her cards.

8 comments:

The John Clarksons said...

Good luck with potty training - whever it starts! Kylie still REFUSES. I love your new family picture on the blog. So cute!

shay said...

Here's to miracles with potty training! I mean out of my FIVE that are now potty trained, not even ONE of them completed the task before turning three. And this comes from a momma (ME) that potty trained herself (why am I talking 3rd person?) at 18 months old! Very frustrating. They must have gotten the Curt gene in that dept. Potty training is the worst! Good luck with that though! It's never too early to start! I love those kid conversations like they had in the car.

Courtney said...

Love it!!

queenieweenie said...

Nekkid pictures are the cutest!

Hazen5 said...

She is too cute! I wish you all the best with the training!

Haley said...

So funny!! You know, I think we would all wear our birthday suits if it were socially acceptable - good luck with potty training!!

Danielle said...

The Nakedness must run in the name because my Brinley loves to be naked too! At least you live where it is warm, even though it is snowing today she is still running around in her undies!

The Nixon Family said...

nice backround...
eva is a stripper too. as long as she gets it out of her system by age five i will be ok. after that, it's just not funny anymore. after we put her in bed sometimes we find a butt ne-ked girl sleeping in her crib. always makes for a good laugh. try putting zip up jammies on backwards. that always seems to do the trick!