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Thursday, September 27

27 September 2012, 14:37



** DISCLAMER: This entire section of my blog is self-serving. Since I stopped filling my girls’ baby books the week after they were each born, I’ve decided to document their car conversations on my blog. Mostly so that my husband and I can laugh at them. (In a meaningful motherly and fatherly way, of course.) 


Averi’s birthday party is this weekend and during our outing at BJ’s this morning, Lily spotted an Ariel birthday card that she HAD to get for her big sister.

Lily: “Mom, STOP. I want to get that for my best friend for her birthday.”

Of course, we grabbed the card so that Lily could draw a birthday picture inside and give it to her sister at her party this weekend.

We left BJ’s and drove to pick Averi up from school. No sooner than half a second that Averi stepped into the car, Lily said, “Averiiii.. I got you somethiiinnnnggg.” And handed her the card.

The rest of the conversation went something like this:

Averi: “Oh, that’s so nice, Lil. Thank you.”

Lily: “It’s a card for your birthday. Because you’re my best friend.”

Averi: “Thanks, Lil. I’ll keep it in the envelope so it doesn’t get ruined.”

Lily: “I drew your name and drew you inside.”

Averi: (looking at it, perplexed): “Where’s my name? I don’t see it.”

Lily: (taking the card and searching for the name): “Oh, what the heck?? It was here. Where’d it go? Oh, I must have drew over it. Silly me.”

Averi: (laughing): “Oh, that’s funny.”

Lily: “Do you love it? Huh, Averi? Do you love the card I got you?”

Averi: “Yes, I love it. Thank you. But, Lil? The next time you do this? Get me a present.”



  1. Kameron October 3, 2012

    I do that things my kids say posts too. i love tyo look back on them and crack up especially because you can picture how they sounded in your head! :)

  2. Whitney Diallo April 6, 2013

    Electronic cards are the ultimate free birthday cards. The selections are endless and run the gambit from the tongue in cheek funny, to the preposterous and oblique. You may choose to add a variety of sounds to your graphic selections, as well as the opportunity to add as much or as little personalization as you choose. For those with a talent for words, this is the perfect vehicle for a birthday poem to send to the happy celebrant. Of course, an added feature is the fact that you not only save money because you are not purchasing cards themselves, but you also save because you do not have to pay for postage! In addition to the foregoing, if you are truly in a pinch for time, these cards can be sent before midnight and still arrive on time for someone’s birthday! Truly a procrastinator’s dreams come true.;

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