Sounds like my daughter and she's 12.
Poor guy needs an iPad. They have GPS apps. It's a shame there's still a person on this planet who doesn't have one. I thought it was required to be a citizen of the earth.(NOTE: I don't have an iPad, either.)
it can be so hard though....smiles.
i know the feeling!
Everything is far away to a tiny person.
I was going to say that, SkylersDad. Someday Francis will walk her own kid down the hall and smile at how small it is and how she barely had the strength to find the libary next door.
So cute!! Sadly, Stud uses my GPS every single time he goes anywhere in my car. It's ridiculous!!! He and his friend went to Best Buy one day, which is LITERALLY 3 blocks away, and they used the GPS!! WTF?!
Maddie (2 1/2): Read this book.Me: I can't right now I am feeding your little brother. Why don't you read it yourself?Maddie: No, Nana, I don't want to. You read it. I am terrible at it.
That's really funny, but lets get to the really important stuff. Any word on how Frank and First Grade are getting along? Who's winning?
I thought of you yesterday when my own little 4 year old "Fancy Nancy" told me she was "dishausted". I asked her to repeat herself, & she did it again! Love it!
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