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Little shoplifter…


My friend, Naomi, and I had just enjoyed a delicious cup of hot chocolate at the Aroma Room cafe and were leisurely walking back towards the town centre, both pushing our babies in strollers. Aria was walking complacently along beside us as we chatted. Suddenly, I had a funny feeling and looked about me for her. I couldn’t see her. Naomi did, however, and left her baby with me as she turned back to get her. To my surprise, Aria was racing up the sidewalk away from us. Upon closer observation, I noticed that she was clutching something white and furry to her. She had snatched a stuffed toy dog from just inside the door of a shop and, knowing that I wouldn’t approve, had gone tearing off in the opposite direction. The dog was returned to the shop owner with sheepish apologies and Aria was returned to me, crying many tears for her lost puppy.

Besides shoplifting, Aria’s been doing the usual two-year old thing. She’s talking a lot. Her latest phrase is, “I’m gonna get you!” said in a playful growly voice. Toilet training is going okay though it does feel like I’m constanly washing little girl underwear!:-) Everyone learns eventually, right?

Kiera enjoys eating, mostly at dinnertime and makes frantic noises all through her meal as if she were almost starving. She looks a lot like Aria did at the same age, though her hair is a bit lighter. Aria was looking at her own baby record book with John and John would say, “Look, there’s Aria as a baby.” Aria would respond in a knowing voice, “Nooo, Kiera.” She was convinced the baby in the pictures was her little sister.

John was away Monday through Wednesday (near Manchester) this week and will be again next week. He’s doing training for his new part time job, CAPs (Christians Against Poverty). It’s exciting, but a busy time and it’s hard to have him away. He is still working part-time at Let-It (a house renting agency) as well.

My parents came on Wednesday and will be staying with us for three weeks. It’s great for them to see Aria again and for my dad to meet Kiera for the first time. They’re getting spoiled as grandkids do!:-) I’m able to write this post because they’re watching the girls for me right now. But the time has come for me to run off once more. I just wanted to do a little catch-up. Hopefully a few more posts will get written in the three weeks where I have such willing sitters.;-)

2 Responses to “Little shoplifter…”

  1. Jessica
    September 26th, 2007 03:25

    i enjoyed this little post… kids sure make life interesting!

  2. Cari Dugan
    September 26th, 2007 07:14

    Hahahah – kids are so cute aren’t they 🙂
    I am happy that your parents are able to stay with you for a while. Have fun with them!

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