Today is the first of October. Sunny and warm here in Utah. But the weatherman says it isn't going to last.
It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month. So wear Pink whenever you can.I'd like to thank all my friends (including my kids and my sister) for hanging with me through all the stuff over the years. Without you my like would be so empty.
Must tell you of my little granddaughter, Lexi.
The other night Chris hear a noise after putting Lexi to bed. Chris opened the door to check on her. Lexi was standing on her chair in the center of her room naked, shinning her dinosaur flashlight on the ceiling and growling.
Chris asked, "What are you doing?"
Lexi said, "monsters, Mom"
"Day scared. I show dem my light."
"Where are your clothes?"
"Me diaper wet, so I throw it in the corner." and pointed to it.
"Where are you pajamas?"
"Over dare." and pointed to another corner.
"Get down and put the flashlight away."
"Mom, monsters scared. I show dem my light."
"Do you want to go to be in your birthday suit?"
"Me not wear suit. Me naked."
"Ok, let's put another diaper and new pajamas on."
So Lexi got down and they got her into her pajamas. But she didn't want to put down the flashlight. After all the Monsters were scared. So Chris told her she could keep the flashlight and hold it to shine it for the monsters.
Lexi snuggled down into the bed. And Chris didn't hear from her again until morning.
There is just no arguing with a two-year-old.My sister made this monster. We tell Lexi that these monsters won't hurt her.
Lexi is a fun kid.
And I do not spoil that child.
Chris called me to tell me this story the day after. We had a good laugh over this story.
I'm so glad I have these people in my life.
The more you love, the more you can love.