Saturday, February 7, 2009

Boy problems

My 6 year old granddaughter, Elora,
wrote these these notes to me this past week.
In other words, not all on the same day.


Notice in the above note how she crossed out "your friend" on the bottom
Guess she realized I am more than a friend to her,
After all, I'm Grandma Honey.

I asked her about the 1st one,
the one who does not brush his teeth.
She said he does brush his teeth on the weekends.

I would have loved to have been there for that conversation.
I wonder if she asked him, or what.


And by the way, I did get her permission to put these notes on my blog. :)

10 comments:

Rebecca said...

This is so funny! We all had a good laugh. John especially thought the part about the not brushing teeth funny. Lizzy's advice: only go out on Fridays with the one who just brushes his teeth then! (she is just kidding, since Elora is 6)

the Rich girl said...

As soon as I saw that this was an Elora post, I knew it would be good! Elora is hysterical! Tyler and I really enjoyed the newest Elora adventure. And we wish her the best of luck with those boys.

Kris said...

Boys are just plain trouble, Elora. No worries- you're on the right track. ;)

grandmapeg said...

I hope Elora set him straight on how often he should be brushing his teeth! How funny! Cute, cute picture of Elora and Cami.

Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

This was just too funny. Oh the problems and things us girls have. To only have such problems now. I hope things work out okay for her.Love the picture of her and Cami.

Lisa said...

So so SWEET. All of it. The notes. The Girls are so dang CUTE! I'd have a hard time not doting on those sweetie pies. I guess I live my dreams through you Jill!

Richard said...

I knew a family growing up that had 8 kids and only bathed on Saturdays, and even then it was sometimes multiple kids in the same water. They lived on Madison and moved to Fairmont. Elora would have never approved.

Kathy said...

It's so great how children are so authentically themselves without even trying. Don't hold back Elora, I love the honesty.

Dad and Susan said...

We enjoyed the comments as much as we did the post. We look forward to each day to see what you will come up with. So darling are is Elora. What a perfect age. Love, Dad and Susan

Chris Bliss said...

Hahaha!!! Soooo cute! She is such a funny little girl with a huge personality!