Azia, Jenna and I went to watch the state cheer competition in Missoula last weekend.
Sometimes it's fun to leave the boys behind for the afternoon. These girls crack me up.
Jenna: Hey Azia, is Oregon is Montana?
Azia: Jenna, you really need to learn your geometry.
(Maybe next weekend we'll spend a little extra time studying. . .)
After the cheer competition we had to stop at Target. I was going to buy them St.Patrick's Day socks out of the dollar bins there.
But then they found ever-so-much-cooler $5 knee-high (or in Jenna's case, thigh-high) socks.
I don't usually buy my kids random toys or clothes when we're shopping, but that just makes it even more exciting when I actually do.
Yep, totally worth the $10.
After the excitement of the new socks there was the impromptu dance party in the middle of Costco.
|Azia appears to be trying to actually transform into a zebra. (Her obsession is getting a little out of control.)|
As we were driving home I was eavesdropping on them again and I heard Azia asking Jenna to give her ideas about something cool that was man made for some sort of project she was thinking about.
Jenna: The mountains?
Azia: No, man made.
Azia: Jenna, it has to be made by man. Not nature stuff.
Jenna: How about me?
Azia: Jenna! I said. . . wait. . . wait. . that would be woMAN made! Even bettah!!!
and then much giggling. . .
And more teenager and less girl all the time.