This week is pretty crazy. Zachary starts physical therapy tomorrow (because he still isn’t walking) which puts Isabel in daycare for the first time ever. Thursday will find a contractor installing new countertops and a sink in our kitchen. Friday brings my mom in from Kentucky. Saturday is Isabel’s third birthday. I’m not sure how much time I’ll have to write this week; I’m already feeling a tad guilty for neglecting you the past few days. So, instead of my usual type of post, I’ve decided to share with you some “Ellie-isms”.
My recent post about context was met with rave reviews — probably the most popular post to date! This time I’ll not share what I say, but rather what Isabel says. She’s such a trip, as many of you well know. Here are a few more glimpses into her personality and my life with her.
Isabel was playing with crayons in a resturant while we waited for our food. Since I had recently been teaching her about mixing two colors to make another, I asked her: “What do yellow and blue make?”
She grabbed the yellow and blue crayons. “CHOPSTICKS!”