Mom made a reference to Silver Mt. Water park (Mia had been there once when she was 4) and she shortly after said, “They have the purple canoes there! The boxes!” (Gondolas)
When mom read something and said "what does that even mean?" Mia responds, "you are like a little girl because you need help with a word."
"The movie I watched 'yesternight' is in my head.”
“I just really like this song!... ‘Touch Me Like You Do.”
Elder Uchtdorf said "hated" in women's conference...Mia gasps and says, "but mom! Doesn't he go to church?!"
"Mary Poppins Go Round" = Merry Go Round
June burps and says, "excuse me."
Mom says, "You're excused!"
June replies, "I'm not 'scused! I'm Junie!”
Mom: You are kind of being a stinker.
June: No, I’m just fighting.
Referencing the graphics I ice skates on her jammies: "these is bootskatings"
June likes to call herself "Dr. Brown Bear."
June just brought me a wad of crumpled toilet paper and said, "mom, this is my husband's hair. Don't laugh."
In an effort to get a taste of the children's Advil, "mommy, I have a favor!"
"Daddy, I was being silly! Will you laugh now?"
Clock-o-let = chocolate
June’s song of the morning was to the tune of Angels We Have Heard on High... Lyrics: I want my money back, I want my money back, I want my money back today. I am very angry. Mia took it all away, took it all away…etc.
We realized around the time she turned 3, that she can’t quite pronounce the number (“thlee”) and prefers to hold up her fingers instead.
"Watson is sitting criss-cross applesauce."
Whenever mom is being stern, June will ask in a therapeutic voice, "Are you feeling frustrated?"
Pointing to a microwave at the store: "look, mommy! A cook-fooder! We have those in my kitchen set!"
Mia: popcorn gets so hot that it pops like a balloon.
June: yeah, and baby brother! ( mom is 39 weeks pregnant)
Trying to console mom during c-section recovery: "it's okay. When I was having a baby it hurt and I cried lots of times."
"When I get big I'm going to have a little bass and hold it on my neck like this." (Violin)
Pointing to Dad’s bushy eyebrows…”I like your beard."
-June, why do your nails grow so quickly?
-Because I eat pizza.
Out of the blue…”Spiders can’t snuggle you. But parrots like to snuggle you.”
After blowing a 'wish' (dandelion)..."I wish I could get my own rocket and take mommy into space. and dad and Mia too.”
pointing to Olaf (from Frozen)..”He can’t talk really well because he has one tooth. We have two tooths.”
Slort-sleeve slirt = short-sleeved shirt
June: A scarecrow!
Mom: That's called a magpie.
June: I just see a magnifier!
"I came out of Su's tummy, but I'm your Africa bear. Right?"
June to herself, "Umm, speaking of which..."
Pointing to the penguin on her PJs, "this is a pine cone."
Referring to a hang nail- "I need to pull this nipple off."
"I want to watch Hello Peter (Harry Potter)."
June just gave me a description of her imaginary friend, Lolo. He is 3 ("like me"), has a 5 year old sister named Mia, and "he's brownish with one tooth."
J: "Oh! There's a mird!"
Mom: "A mird?"
J: "That's what some people call birds."
"My mom is cooking dinner in my room"
"That's funny because I'm right here feeding Edmond."
"No, my real mom. You and daddy died, so I got a new mom and dad" (then smiled sweetly).
"Mom, I want to be a dolphin at Halloween so I can scare everyone!"
-June I just love your hair.
-You can't have it because it's stuck to myself!
Grandma Heinz is old, so she doesn't have anymore warm body (Grandma was wearing a coat during a picnic we went on with her).
Singing an extensive ballad about her "love who died in the war and she was so sad." I asked her what she was singing..."it's about my 'pwince' who died in the Selfish War. Yeah, that's the one."
"I love my old grandma."
"You don't know her. She lives by Texas' house."
"Texas is my friend. You don't know him either."
"Mom, watch me take off my shirt. It's going to be AMAZING...woohoo!"
Noticing that the moon is still out in the morning…
Mom: “Go to bed, moon, or you are going to be in trouble!”
June: “But mom, you don’t know how to fly.”
Mom: I’ll just go in a spaceship.
June: But the spaceship is in India.
Mom: is your nose stuffy?
June: No, the boogers are still moving.
Mom: time to get into bed.
June: (holding up a pink block) okay, but in going to bring my imagination with me.
Mom: Don't do that so close to the fire. You could fall on it.
Mom: June, will you put the stool back where it goes?
June: But, uh! I’m a grandpa!