Not To Be Trusted With Knives











{June 29, 2008}   I am sleepy

Now, I like to run, but I’m not used to running *everywhere*. And when you hang out with a three-year-old, it’s all about the running. And the jumping. And spinning spinning spinning. And if the three-year-old is running, you best believe that you are running too. If the three-year-old is jumping, then so too shall you jump. And if the three-year-old wants to spin… well, you will be spinning until you fall down. Or maybe it’s just me and I’m a complete sucker and will do anything a three-year-old tells me. Including – if you can believe this – looking at a spider. A SPIDER! “Hey Aunt Beth, come look at this spider!” And I did!

But who can blame me? I mean, look at how cute this kid is:

And now I will go to bed. Because I’m sure I will have a full day of running, jumping, and spinning in circles ahead of me tomorrow.

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Raul says:

Your niece is like, the cutest EVER



Tod says:

So cute. Makes me realize that I missed a whole lot of glee and mystery by not being around for my God-daughter. That’ll get fixed.



Stacia says:

She is adorable! Hope my baby can compete. I guess you’re telling me I need to get in shape for a bunch of running, jumping and spinning and in my family, dancing!



Stacia says:

I was also going to say, How hot is auntie Beth in her cute little outfit!



Beth says:

@Stacia – Yes, and dancing! There is also lots of dancing! How could I forget? Oh wait, that might be because our style of dancing mostly consists of jumping up and down and spinning in circles! Man, you are in for lots and lots of fun!



Kalev says:

Oh my gosh that sounds exhausting. I had a tiny little taste of that when in London the second time when I met my 6yo and 10yo 2nd cousins.

I cannot believe she got you to look at a spider. Obviously she is some type of miracle child!



Sarah says:

No kidding, Kalev. I am shocked that you gazed at an arachnid. Maybe you can now go to the National Gallery?!?



Beth says:

@Sarah – Only if Madeline asks me to!



Jen says:

Beth – how did the hair cutting go? I see she’s still a little girl! And very cute one at that!



Beth says:

@Jen – That is post-hair cut… it was much longer before. My sister also got her hair cut, so they match.



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