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ketchupqueen
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Emma has discovered her belly button. Our latest game is to point at her belly button and say "Belly button! Belly button!" at which point she cracks up.

So I was lying on the bed after nursing her, and she pulled up my shirt, stuck a finger in my belly button (which amuses her no end, because while she is an "outie", we are both "innies"), and said, loud and clear, "Belly buddon!" [Big Grin]

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Not my kid, but I babysit her enough...

Well, the girl next door is turning 5 tomorrow.

I saw her outside today and asked her what she wanted for her birthday. I was expecting the typical Barbie Doll or computer game response, but what I got was completly different.

She said, "I don't want gifts. Instead, I'm asking evryone to give me money so I can give it to poor kids in Africa."

[Smile]

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Over the last two days while she has been at home with a bad cold, my daughter, Valorie, has started singing. Okay, so she's only three months old this Sunday, but sing she does.

We laid on the bed yesterday for an hour singing. I'm just glad that she isn't old enough to know how poor my voice is and how much I mangle the words. But her voice, ahhhh... I just turn to Jell-O. She even does a little Tarzan yell that I laugh about every time I think of it.

Now to record it... hehehe. [ROFL]

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Oh, I love baby singing. [Smile] Emma does it to go to sleep, especially in the car. She also sings along with her favorite songs and likes to dance. She kicked in time in the womb...
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My 2 year old will take my had and place it on her sholder and hold the other one in her had and say "dance." Then she starts to rock back and forth. It's really sweet. So far she has done it in a sporting goods store, at home and at grandma's house.
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"We are puppy," my 3 year old told me yesterday then she craweled around on the floor panting. My 1 year old had to follow her doing the same thing. They let their tongues hang out. My one year old had slobber dripping of her chin. It was very funny.

It made me thing of the Borg.

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the video for "skin" by Rascal Flatts was on and my 8 year old said she wanted to be a singer so she could sings liek that that make a difference. It was so sweet.
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Sopwith, you HAVE to record it!

A few days ago Andrew (3 1/2) was telling me one of his Baby Godzilla stories and said, "...and then, somebody pressed Minilla's grow up button and he grew up." I said that someone had pressed his ( Andrew's) gorw up button too and he replied, "Yeah, but that was when I was a robot."

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