Wednesday, July 22, 2009


On Monday, Luke & I decided to have a 'fun day' with my sister & two of my nieces aka "Aunt Beth"/Melissa & Megan. It was a great afternoon & my niece, Melissa, enjoyed telling us about all kinds of things she had done 'yesterday'. As her mom (my sister Emily) says, "Everything happens 'yesterday'." Here is a little bit of what we heard...

"Anita, yesterday my mom did a cartwheel in the yard."

"Yesterday, I won a green necklace." (this is only one of the few statements that actually did happen the day before :)

"Did you know that I was really sick yesterday, but I am better now?" (hmmm...she seemed perfectly healthy when I saw her the day before)

"We came here before, my mom brought us here yesterday!" (talking about the park we took the girls to)

"Yesterday, my mom bought us candy in town."

Somehow, I just don't really see my sister having indulged her children with all of these things 'yesterday' ;) Maybe at some point in the last several months or year, but definitely not all in ONE day. I guess I'll give the child a break being she is only 3!


Liddy said...

Oh children and their concept of time. Friend #1's little guy keeps saying, "That was 3 hours ago." Umm, no actually try 30 minutes ago.

Stopping by for an ICLW visit...
No. 95: The Unfair Struggle (male-factor infertility, good friends, neighborhood rumblings)

pjseiler said...

Wyatt does EXACTLY the same thing. 'Yesterday' can be anything from this morning or a year ago!

WiseGuy said...

LOLOL...Yesterday I was TTC!


Beautiful Mess said...

Happy ICLW!

Everything was "yesterday" to a three year old. That's too cute! Glad you had fun with the girls!