Princess-isms

Princess and her best friend got in trouble in Primary on Sunday. I’m so glad that I’m in the Primary presidency because even though I sit in the back and am in and out, the other members have no problem dealing with my kid 🙂  So, for your enjoyment, I will replay the conversation that got Princess and Best Friend in trouble (courtesy of the Primary President).

Best Friend: “Princess, be reverent”

Princess: “I am, YOU be reverent”

Best Friend: (Lifting up her dress) “I have the sparkliest panties in Primary”

Princess: (also lifting up her dress) “No, I have the sparkliest panties!”

At this point, the president jumped in.

Princess-ism number two happened today on the way to the babysitter.  Princess REALLY wants something called “Peek a Boo”.  She talks about them all the time and for the longest time, I couldn’t figure out what they were. When we asked her for details, she said “It is a polly pocket that lives in your earring”.  Yesterday, I was watching Diego and finally saw the commercial she gets so excited about and discovered they are these:

They are small dolls with real hair that have a necklace they fit into.  I saw some at the store and I was trying to get an idea of what kind she wants.  She told me she wants all of them.  I said that I didn’t think that would be possible and she said, very excitedly:

“But Mom, the girl on the TV said I can collect them all!”.

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September 5, 2008. Uncategorized.

4 Comments

  1. cynthia replied:

    That is so funny! The marketing people have it just right on those peek a boo dolls because every time we head to Walmart, Samuel asks if he can have “the baby in the ice cream toy” (one of them is in a case shaped as an ice cream). He has only ever seen the commercials and for some reason, he is hooked. I don’ care if he play with girl toys at someone else’ house, but I do draw the line at actually buying girl toys for him,.

    And for the record, Samuel has the sparkliest panties in primary.

  2. Jane replied:

    Ohm so precious! How many do you want for her birthday. Do we need to register with you!
    mom

  3. Kate replied:

    We love those stories. The one in Primary was the best! I can just picture Princess picking up her dress to show off her sparkly panties. Classic!

    Stories like that are always appreciated!

  4. Jeff replied:

    Great story Mak!

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