Ella is 7 now, and for some reason I figured that seven would be the end of what I as her mother regard as her verbal brilliance (biased much there, Mama?). But in the past month she’s been on another roll, so I’m continuing to write down the stuff she says.
Here are a few recent quotes, courtesy of Ella.
“We’re going to be visited by Bob Marley, the Ghost of Christmas Past.”
“So who is this girl Liberty and why did she get a statue made of herself?”
“Do you ever imagine that we are the dream being dreamed, and when we go to sleep, it’s someone else’s morning-time?”
“Look Mommy, a croissant moon!”
“Is it possible to make a copy of myself?”
“I can see The Man In the Moon, and it looks like he had a really hard day.”
And finally, here’s a fresh one from this morning – this was one of the first things she said:
“I love you. Just wanted to get that off my lips first thing.”
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