You had a couple a funny moments recently that I wanted to remember.
We were standing outside on an unusually warm, 80 degree evening in October. You love walking through the crunchy leaves and picking up the little red berries that have been falling off the prairie fire crab apple tree in the backyard. Because I wanted you to understand that you shouldn't eat the berries, we sat down on the back steps and I explained that the berries were food for the birds. It just so happened that a large flock of birds was flying noisily over head at that moment. Fully comprehending the food lesson and then dramatically gasping at nature's impeccable timing, you held up a fistful of berries up to the sky and shouted, "Heeh, beehds! Eat, beehds!" (translated, "Here, Birds! Eat, Birds!). How I love that you make a seemingly uninteresting moment such an exciting one!
This next story embarrasses me, but your cuteness overrides my shame. You were sitting quietly, coloring and playing with stickers. I was sitting across from you, watching you color and occasionally helping to remove a sticker from its backing. Digestion of a taco salad made itself evident when I let slip a hard-to-ignore "toot." In great sincerity, you looked up at me with raised brows and asked, "Poop, mommy?" I suppose I'm fair game to be asked that question, since we ask you the same question seemingly every day. Soon, I'll be teaching you that a "toot" may be a signal that it's time to go to the potty.
I love you, Funny Face!