I mean, I guess they’re good for tons of things, but my favorite thing is their willingness to stuff themselves into a Cozy Cab for a few good laughs. Mostly mine.
Nina’s game of putting things into things took a dark turn this morning. It seems she placed G’s childhood copy of Harold’s Circus in her laundry hamper and we didn’t catch it when loading (hastily dumping) it into the washer. Thus, this is all that is left of poor Harold.
Being snowed in for most of the day made us a little stir crazy, so I put on Barnyard, and Nina went completely berserk. Not berserk bad. Berserk amazing, dancing, screaming, pointing and occupied for an hour and a half.
REI mittens - G bought the size for 2 year olds (technically boys mittens) so that she could grow into them. Looks like online they only have 4-5T sizes left, but try calling your local store. They can usually order whatever you need. Nina loves them so much, that she seeks them out in the closet and then brings them to me to put on her.
It’s starting to snow, I’m cozy warm inside, and I’ve got a bag of cookies that Aunt K dropped off. Nyam.
If there was any doubt before, now it’s confirmed. Nina is my daughter and her love of horses proves it.
Nina has discovered jewelry, namely necklaces. She puts them on herself and walks around the apartment. It’s extremely cute.
She loves these necklaces so much that she insists on wearing them food shopping as well. Dripping in jewelry while sampling brie. Deep down, isn’t that what we all want?