11 June 2009

Sometimes an Angel, Sometimes Not




I was having a hissy fit not liking it at all that I was having connectivity problems this afternoon. Zoë, who was playing with her puzzles, came over to me, put her hand on my lap and very sweetly told me, "No cry, Mommy. No cry, okay?" (No, I wasn't crying, for the record.)

I gave her a hug and a kiss and explained that I was just upset that my computer's not working.

She then ran inside to the study and called out to Chris, "Mommy (in) trouble, Daddy. Fix 'puter, Daddy. Fix Mommy 'puter! Come on!"

Ahhh, she just kills me with her sweetness.

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Then tonight, this:




I made blueberry banana shakes tonight. After she's had enough, Zoë decided to pour out the rest on the floor and happily brush her hand back and forth over the cool mess she made.


...and this from last weekend:



She proudly took me by the hand and showed me her masterpiece. Good thing she didn't use a permanent marker!

7 COMMENTS:

Muthering Heights said...

Oh my...I hope it was easy to clean up!

Wanda said...

Oopps.........you might need one of those white Mr Clean sponges.

About your 'puter problems - it's not trouble with blogger is it?

Shanna said...

Yes! Someone who feels my pain, ah, love! Love, yes, it's love. Anyway, great post. I came here by Of Mice and Ramen.

Leslie said...

Ha oh this has happened many time with my kids..FUN FUN FUN! lol

Heather said...

Now you've got me really scared! I read the beginning and was all "awww...such a sweetie!" And then...the pictures! OMG...this is what I have to look forward to don't I?! Still, since it didn't happen to me...those pictures are rather cute. :)

Jennifer said...

I'm sorry - it must be impossible to get mad at a little lovey like that! *sigh*

Jenjen @GottaLoveMom said...

I'm with Jennifer- since they're so cute, you can't seem to get mad...
My Josh still has his doodles in our formal red dining room walls. (It was freshly painted, too, at that time)..
Give her big hugs for me..

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