He’s saying (age 11, end of 5th grade):
What’s going on Mom?
This is awkward.
I wish I had a bat cave.
I love you Mom.
She’s saying (age 4):
Somebody snuggle with me.
I want to watch something.
Simon. Simon. Simon.
Oh my gosh. (said very slowly and emphatically)
Shakin my booty.
Will somebody play with me? No one will play with me!
I love you Mommy.
OBSERVATIONS | I’ve had this post in progress for a few weeks after I put the one together about what I say. It was much easier for me to think of things that Anna says right now than Simon. I had to actively think about noticing and remembering what he’s been saying. I think I need to print this one out so I can add to it. And in case you missed it I did a post a few weeks back about the words coming out of my mouth: Right Now | The Words.
PS | You might see that photo a few more times in Project Life and likely in at least one layout and probably hanging on my wall at some point. Definitely my favorite capture from the weekend.