Today we are going to the spray park with the mom and tot group. I have been looking forward to it all week. This will be the first time in two months since we graced the group with our presence. 😉 Allie is super excited about going.
Last night we watched, Kung Fu Panda. We went to the drive-in and I think that is my new favorite way to watch movies with a two year old. Allie loved it. It was a good movie for her; not too intense or too grown up for her. There were a few scenes where she was getting a bit emotional, like when she was screaming at the screen for the panda to stop fighting with the villain. She is such a sweet, sensitive little girl. She started crying at the end of the movie.
I finally found my cookbooks that have been packed up for the past six months. I found all my Weight Watcher’s cookbooks and want to try a recipe from one of them tonight. It is nice to rediscover all our personal items that have been in storage forever.
We have been opening boxes of books and toys for Allie lately. She gets so excited and squeals, “LOOK, I FINALLY FOUND IT!!!” It cracks us up every time we hear it. She is a silly little girl.
I want to get to the gym today and get some exercise. Allie loves to go to the Kid’s Club and I need to get back into a routine. I am looking forward to it.
The past week or two, Allie has started saying, “I hate you. Go away. I hate you.” It has baffled and shocked us. It makes me really sad. I have been doing a combination of ignoring it and telling her not to speak like that. The only place I can figure she picked it up is at the gym, at the Kid’s Club. I have been totally at a loss on how to deal with it. Do I ignore it? Do I tell her that we do not talk like that? Keep her from Kid’s Club? Is it normal at this age? Anyone know how to deal with this?