Every once in a while Olivia says something so sweet, so darling, that I try to hold onto that comment for as long as possible.
Like when she says, "Hearts are for Valentine's Day. The day when you love everyone."
"When Anya and I grow up, we be best friends, OK?"
"Momma we get cozy in my bed and read books."
Ah, just typing those preschooler sentences brings a smile to my face. So I attempt to remember them and think about them when she says other things, during the course of our day such as:
"Momma, I love you sometimes."
"I want my dad" (this is usually in the form of a scream/yell followed by tears when she wants to get away from Little A and myself).
"I miss my grandma." (Anytime I tell her no.)
"Momma my poop is brown. Your hair is brown. My poop is brown like your hair."
Kids really do say the darnest things, don't they?