Monday, November 3, 2008

It's Hard to be 2.

If Camille could blog, here's what she'd have to say about the past weekend.

"Yo Peeps. Mil here.

I've had quite a weekend.

First, my mommy and daddy made me sleep in a big girl bed. I guess they got tired of me climbing out of my baby bed and landing flat on my back on the floor. I heard them say something about a broken neck and the possibility of getting really hurt, so they took away my jungle gym baby bed and made me sleep in a bed that's no fun to climb out of. Then they put me in it at night and told me that I was not allowed to get out of it! The NERVE of them! Well I showed them.



I'm technically not out of the bed. So nah.

Then, I turned 2 on Saturday. Lots of my family came in town and I had a good time with them. They gave me lots of presents, including a baby doll and the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse from Playhouse Disney, but then they sat me in my chair and sang the strangest song to me! Something about "Happy Birthday to You". I was a little freaked out. So I just looked at them like they had 3 heads.



But then I got an ice cream cone, so all was forgiven.



My mommy is a little sad right now because she says that I'm her baby and I'm growing up. She says that all of her girls are "big girls" now and she doesn't have any more babies. So if y'all want to give her a shout in the comments section, I know she'd smile and be happy.

I saved the best part of the weekend for last. If you remember correctly, the night before my birthday was Halloween. This was my first time to get to trick-or-treat. Y'all. I got to play outside, ride the Gem Car, ring doorbells, get lots and lots of candy (so much that mommy had to carry my pumpkin bag) and go to bed late. It was awesome.

And y'all. I totally rocked Halloween.



Peace out, Y'all."

Man, I love that kid. I have NO IDEA where she gets her stubbornness from. No. Idea.

Hush, Mom.

12 comments:

Queen B said...

She is so stinkin' cute.

I love her new sleeping technique. She rocks the big girl bed, too.

Tammy said...

Oh I remember those climbing out of the crib days. Phew. It's a wonder we survived them.

And what a super cute super heroine you have there.

Jackie Sue said...

Robyn, This is such a great post! Love the 1/2 in 1/2 out of bed...amazing! Just givin' Mil what she asked for...a shout out to her Momma!!! Blessings! Oh and she is just too ugly for words :)

The Latham Family said...

Oh Robyn, it makes me cry that she's growing up too and I haven't even met your precious pumpkin. I absolutely LOVE her costume!
And she's quite the sleeper, that one.

Jules from "The Roost" said...

She is ADORABLE! So funny! I loved her halloween costume :)

Mocha with Linda said...

Such a cutie. Better watch out or she'll take over your blog.

I remember the days of creative sleeping positions. How in the world do they do that?

javamamma said...

I came over via The Westie Crew. We have 3 girls too. Fun times!

I enjoyed reading through a few of your posts and seeing your adorable daughter celebrating her birthday.

Have a great week!

Phyllis said...

So cute! :-)

RR Mama said...

She is such a cutie! Glad she had a great Halloween. Just wait till Christmas!

Colored With Memories said...

such a fun post...and such a cute costume!

i guess this is not when i should tell you that my 4 YEAR OLD still doesn't get out of bed til i get her in the morn.

weird i know.

PaulaW said...

Supergirl is so CUTE!!

My daughter babysat her friends two-year old recently and he fell asleep that very same way (on the sofa though) and she 'phoned' me the pic and said "did we do that?" so when she got home I had the proof right out of the old photo album waiting on her.

Did I mention that Supergirl is just TOO CUTE!!!

Rachel@just another day in paradise said...

Kady (25 months) would like to tell Camille:

ah, the half-in the bed technique. yes, my mommy says I also use that technique. I don't know what the fuss is about. If mom and dad just let me sleep in their bed, everyone's happy--at least I am.

That birthday song is weird, but at least they compensate with cake and toys. . .and then last week, mom dressed me up and took me to get candy--that was cool, too. Grownups are weird, but at least they give us candy!