Box of chocolate from JB's coworker.
Abigail puts ribbon on her head.
Looks like a hippie.
JB asks her to make a peace sign.
Top picture: "Two fingers?"
Middle picture: "Like this?"
Bottom picture: "But this one is much more fun!"
Joni is one of the best in-the-car-game-players you have ever met. She and the kiddos are constantly playing trivia and guessing and find-it games.
Joni: "I am thinking of something that is not real."
Isaac: "A witch?"
Joni: "No. This person has magical powers."
Joni: "No. He has a red hat."
Isaac: "Santa Claus?"
Joni: "Yes! That's it!"
Sidge: "But Joni?"
Sidge: "Santa isn't pretend."
Joni: "Oh. Yes. That's right. I was, ummmm ... talking about the one we saw in the mall today?"
In the car the other day I told Isaac how proud I was of him. I went into a long diatribe about how good he was doing and behaving and acting. "I'm just so glad I am your Mommy. You are such a good boy and I love you so much."
Isaac: "Does the state of Texas have the most sheep?"
There is an awesome Christmas house down the street from us. It is set up to music that you can play from your radio and it goes through the entire Christmas story and includes music from Frozen and other Christmas music. The whole presentation is about 10 minutes long. I had already seen it once with the kids and Joni but wanted to drive over with JB to sit through the entire thing.
Me: "Wait till you hear him tell the Christmas story. It'll give you goosebumps!"
A few minutes later, we noticed Abigail was very sad.
Me: "What's wrong Abigail?"
Abigail: "I don't have goosebumps. Where are the goosebumps?"
Don't feel the goosebumps.