I wave goodbye to my daughter from the side yard of her school. Her class room is sublevel so I am in fact waving down to her.
As I approached the window yesterday I began with:
"Juliet, where fore art thou Juliet"
which was greeted with a charming blank stare.
"it's from a play" I explained.
"Like Alladin?" was the response. (I recently took both kids to the local theater for a child's production of Alladin, so...)
"Yep, just like Alladin." I wonder how Shakespeare would feel about that?
As I turned to leave my little pixie said:
"mommy I love you so much I want to crawl inside your mouth!" *giggle*
Looking down at her with an indulgent smile I said
"sweetie, I appreciate the sentiment. And the lack of action."
And cracked myself up.
I am still laughing actually.
I love being a mom.