Wednesday, September 23, 2009

How can I forget Tot Talk?


Where did Tuesday go? I'm going to cheat a little and do my Tot Talk Tuesday on Wednesday. I know, I'm such a dangerous rule breaker :)

Speaking of rules, here are some of Jillian's rules for entry into her princess kingdom:

"Boys can't sit on my bed."

"Boys can't stand next to my babies."

"Boys can't stand on my floor."

"Boys can't watch me play from the hallway."

I think Jillian's brothers would probably get access to Jillian's room if they were harnessed with a suspension cord like Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible. However, I can see her saying something like "boys can't swing in my air".

Oh, how her tune will change when she gets bigger. My husband wants to freeze time and keep those future boys at a distance :)

Happy Wednesday! Visit The Monkeys and Me for more Tot Talk Tuesday (even on Wednesday).

26 comments:

Caitlin said...

HAha! "Boys can't watch me play from the hallway?!" Awesome. AS if that is what everyone is DYING to do! :)

He & Me + 3 said...

That is too funny. Yes if only we could keep that attitude until the met Mr. Right. LOL Too cute.

Arlenkern74 said...

thats really funny , bless her x

Caroline said...

How sweet...

Judith Ellis said...

Jillian is too cute!

T Rex Mom said...

Have her read this when she does start getting into boys!

Gerri said...

Too cute!

Niecey said...

Haha, yeah, enjoy this stage while it lasts. I'm not looking forward to the stage when suddenly all they want is boys. hehe.
This is cute. Boys can't watch me play from the hallway is a little random. I guess there was a context hehe. I love it.

pughy said...

Your husband has the right idea. I think sometimes it would be lovely to freeze time for the little one's.. Luv Carol x

Randi said...

My favorite is "Boys can't stand on my floor." She is so funny! I'm happy you remembered about Tot Talk Tuesday because I would have hated to have missed these! I was waiting for something like "Boys can't breathe my oxygen."
"Boys can't stand next to my babies" at least has some maternal instinct behind it. These are great.

Shan said...

My husband would like to freeze time on that one too.

Joanne said...

Tuesday? Wednesday? Oy, the weeks fly by lately! If you find that way to freeze time, let me know!

Herb of Grace said...

That's pretty funny :)

Also? Your fav Degas is MY fav Degas!

Jenners said...

Poor Jillian needs a sister!

Michelle said...

Heh, that sounds SOOOO like a four year old girl. Here's hoping she keeps those boys away for years yet to come!

kisatrtle said...

those sound like good rules to me.

Kelly said...

i'm liking her rules...is there a rule for me copying them? what a cutie!

::She Poet:: said...

LoL, I love Rule #4! Time flies, can't keep up with the pace anymore. Have a great week!

Kim said...

I saw a cute commercial about Orville Reddenbaucher popcorn the other day and thought about your little Jillian. In it the little girl is having a tea party with all of her dolls and stuffed animals and her mom has also given her a bowl of popcorn. Her Dad and older brother come in the house and smelling the popcorn wander into her room. She puts up her little hand and tells them the popcorn is for teaparty only. In the next scene the guys are wearing tiaras and boas and sitting at her little teaparty table cooperating with everything she says.

Anyway, I love that she has all these rules. Hopefully she is as independent and outspoken when she reaches that dreaded age:)

H F W said...

Oh pray that she keeps that mentality until at least college!!! lol. What a cutie. Comes with having brothers, I'm sure.

Wendy said...

Too funny! loved that!

kel said...

too stinking cute!

H.K. said...

I love your little girls rules...so cute! Now if she kept those rules when she gets older, she'll do fine! (lol!)

Don said...

Snippets in the Air

Lives inter-twined:
Parents and their children

Snapshots and snippets:
Moments caught with eye and ear

The observant mom:
with reasons to smile

The world according to Jillian:
rules for sibling relations

Snippets in the air:
caught on paper.

The stuff of life...

Becca said...

HA!! She is so hilarious! Wouldn't it be nice if all girls stayed just like that until they were at least 18?!

Gerri said...

Haha!!!!