Sentences on Sunday

Calm is not a word I usually use to describe you.  But for a second in time you were calm…and I caught it on film.  I love this picture of you:

You are the girliest of girly girls.  And even though I’m not, I love to watch you be girly!  Your latest game is to pick out all my high heel shoes and put them in your closet.  You make me laugh with your ‘clop, clop, clop, clop, clop, clop’  all the way from my room to yours.

HighHeels Little Asa,
That smile…it just kills me.  Nothing in the world is sweeter.  Not many more pictures of you with a toothless grin.  There are three little teeth just dying to pop up.

3 Responses to Sentences on Sunday
  1. Allison M
    October 11, 2009 | 4:34 pm

    So sweet!

  2. Becky
    October 12, 2009 | 9:44 am

    OMG!! Bridget! Please tell me Carter’s freckled just appeared in the past couple months!! If not, how do I not remember that? It’s been way too long. Bring that sweet precious yummy boy over here ASAP so I can memorize his face again. WAY TOO LONG! I miss my Tucker. 🙁

  3. Becky
    October 12, 2009 | 10:03 am

    Okay….Lydia. The prettiest little girl evah EVAH! I love her precious smile, the way she wipes her hair out of her face with the back of her hand, the way she continues eating her PBJ even with her hair stuck in it and trying unsuccessfully to wipe her hair out of her face, and especially that sweet, sweet voice. “um…Miss Becky?” Sweetest words ever heard. Even when followed up with “…there’s a spider crawling across the floor.” (P.S. It was freakin’ HUGE! The girl’s fearless…her teacher is NOT.)

    And Asa… oh. my. GAWD! Cutest little puker ever. Your panicked sprint into my classroom to get the wipes with a passing “HE PUKED AGAIN!” while I’m sending the kids home. My day wouldn’t be complete without it. His precious hair, his you-don’t-need-to-entertain-me-because-I’m-just-fine-watching-you attitude…one of God’s children without a doubt.

    I consider myself so blessed to have had Carter and Lydia in my class & just pray that I will get Luke too. (as long as the puking has ceased…or as long as he’ll clean it up himself.) But I will tell you this – I am not the best disciplinarian when it comes to your children. Once that heart-melting, ever-so-precious giggle starts….IT’S ALL OVER FOLKS. You can get away with anything you want if you giggle like that. How can you tell Tucker to stop blowing in his milk with his straw b/c everyone else is going to do it too when he’s got that giggle going and keeps saying “That’s hysterical!” And Lydia…oh please. Flash that smile, wipe the hair out of your face and throw in a giggle….set the classroom on fire (I’ll teach you about fire safety today!) break a child’s arm (We’ll learn all about doctors and nurses today!) throw a chair out the window (We’ll discuss what glass is made of!) or leave the water on & flood the room (Why did God make water?)

    Love me some Ivey kiddos!!!!!!