Monday, August 23, 2010

This Girl

Hannah is becoming more and more fun. She is really starting to explore and ask great questions. She is learning so much. She is so fun to be with!!

I have been keeping a list of things I wanted to blog and remember but I keep getting behind...

Here They Are!
  • Hannah came home from the neighbors house and told me that the little girl (age 5) over there calls her church building "church." I couldn't believe she noticed. This young! We say that we are going to the church building to worship and not that we are going to church.
  • She can now, in a booster, turn around and look behind her. When I am backing up the car, she turns around, and "directs" me. "be careful mom, you are getting close to that car" or "you have lots of room, mom" Makes me laugh and drives me crazy. (Don't worry, I don't trust her words - I look and do my own thing.)
  • We were on our way somewhere and we saw some police cars up ahead. Hannah told me that she thought there was an accident and then after we passed by, she said, "See Mommy, I was right - somebody got damage" (and there was a car on the side of the road that had damage from the accident.
  • We were at Target and there was a lady there in one of Target's wheelchairs. I had to do a lot of work to get around her with that big 2-seater cart (not really all her fault at all). We were ALMOST past her when Hannah (who has been staring at her since we got near) whispered to me (not so quietly with her hand up to her mouth) "Mommy I think she could walk but she doesn't want to."


Libby said...

That last one made me crack up!

JoniDH said...

I agree with Elizabeth - you saved the best til last! I laughed out loud! That's my smart, smart Hannah - never misses ANYTHING!

I love you, Hannah Bear! Miss being there to hear all your observations first hand!

Wendy said...

I love the last one!!! I laughed out loud.

Love you

JoniDH said...

Read them again! Is Chris training her to work with him?

Betty said...

Hannah, you are just so smart and very observant. And gave me my chuckle for the day.