But like me, I have two daughters who can dish it back.
Ha, I'm kidding. Oh, they can, the little rascals. But that's not what this post is about.
My daughters are of the age, they
Like, "How many times do I have to tell you? I want a HAM sandwich!" Cell phone attached to my ear.
or, "You're not answering me. I asked you something, Mom? Be polite and answer me." My head down at computer.
and then, Cutiepie comes in the office, rubs her little body against my back and arms, and says "Everynight you say you have to do work. When are you done?"
If you're not moved to berate me just yet, hang onto your hankies. When I turn from my computer, I see Cutiepie is clutching the pink cherries fat quarter I bought her last week.
"You told me you would sew a quilt with me. When, Mom?"
Before I've made quilts with Babydoll, but Cutiepie has generally had less attention span in the past. Tonight was different. She did the pressing, the layout, and the kissin'.
Kissin' quiltin', you might ask?
Well as does happen when you explain to a 5 yo how to put her 5" squares right sides together--face to face? good side to good side? It becomes crystal clear. "Ooooh, you mean so they are kissing?"
So, we spent the evening kissin' pink squares and tomorrow, maybe we'll hug'em into rows.
That's if I behave.