Mischief - When given the option of a white shirt with teal flowers or an off-white button up colored shirt (it does have velvet ribbon trim, so it is girly) she chose the button-up, exclaiming, "Jesse shirt!! I wear Jesse shirt! I Jesse!" (Jesse is a friend at Church. Two Sunday's ago she kept standing up backwards on our pew so she could see him.)
Running from the computer room to the tv room when she heard the Word World music, "OH! I like that show! Frog! I like frogs!"
While mom was using the potty, she came in to announce her hands were dirty and she needed to "Wash them myself!" climbed up to the counter, washed her hands then requested help getting down. Not everything is "myself"!
We picked up the mail and there was an American Girl catalog. I handed it to Mischief and she exclaimed, "Dowwy!(Dolly) I need pen!" Yes, I'm training them well.
Unfortunately it's not all cuteness and entertainment with Mischief. She wakes up before Drama Queen(and everyone else) and does her rooster impression. It results in waking Drama Queen (and everyone else) up. So we have a tired DQ these days. A tired DQ is an irrational and emotional DQ. She's currently in her bed, crying for the 10th time today (I do feel for her, but literally, she's crying over everything), this time it's because she was in the playroom screaming at Mischief that she didn't want to play. So I told her to get out of the playroom because the playroom is for playing. Who's idea was it to have a bunch of moody and dramatic little girls?!
And now the many expressions of Miss Hazel Mae:
Mischief and Drama Queen were playing "school".