Some funny words we've heard lately...
Conleigh, while carrying in my purse, told me how heavy it was but that it was okay, she would just "stick it up." (Can you tell her dad is a soccer coach who has told our children that they need to suck it up?"
Upon telling the kids that I was going to have a baby, Conleigh grabbed her forehead and started shaking her head, saying repeatedly, "I just don't believe this."
There is so much to learn about pregnancy and how babies live before being born. So much. Last night Conleigh is talking about the baby and wants to know if there is a cord that connects the baby to me so it can get food. When I told her yes, she quickly told me to say "ahh" so she could see it.
And last, Conleigh attended a cheerleading day camp a week or so ago. Somewhere along the road she has learned some "interesting" cheers including "Rock. The Mullet. Rock, rock, the mullet!" and "Gigolo! Gigolo! Show us how you gigolo! Put your hands up high, put your hands down low, that's the way we gigolo!" (I did try to convince her it was "wigg a lo" but she would not believe me.)