Daisy: I have not figured boys out yet, but I sure think deodorant helps them be handsome.
Daisy and her little friend Abbey are playing with a wooden castle and have princesses going shopping. Abbey declares she needs a silk dress. Daisy responds, "Well I hear your words, but that is not realistic. Lets go with something you can play in and washes up lickety split" Abbey looks a bit put out. Not quite the glam imaginary gown she was going for.
Daisy: Preschoolers get away with things because they are small.
Me: Because they are small? What kind of things?
Daisy: Well, they spill things a lot and ask for treats all the time, they also say they can't put their jackets on themselves. It is such a crock.
Me: Daisy Eleanor! Where did you learn that word?
Daisy: I can't remember I am small.
Daisy: I want to be a mom someday so I can have lacy things underthings, dance when I clean and have yogurt pants.
I may have to get her a pair of yoga pants :) to be just like mom.