Motherhood

I Must Introduce You To Olivia

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This precious little darlin’ is not my daughter. However, I have offered to adopt her on many occasions. Her parents have said no all 57 times. I don’t blame them. Look at her πŸ™‚ Olivia lives two doors down from us. She is approaching her 7th birthday but still loves to play with Seth, who is just 4. She’s a little mother to him. One of the things I love about Olivia is the things she says. She is awfully funny. I never know what she is going to say. Here are a few of my favorites: β€’ “Cindy, you are a really great mom. You got us a treat from the store yesterday and today you are taking us to Sonic and the park? Wow, thank you so much.” β€’ “I know what a bar is.Β  It’s a place where they serve beer.Β  And beer isn’t good.” β€’ “I wear a size six in my clothes. And I wear a size 12 or 11 in my shoes. You know, just in case you ever want to buy me anything.” β€’ “Wow, Cindy, you sure can ride a bike good for someone your age.” Don’t you see why I’m crazy about this little sweetie?

13 thoughts on “I Must Introduce You To Olivia”

  1. That’s hilarious and cute! πŸ™‚ That’s great you have such wonderful neighbors.

  2. How cute is she!
    Cindy Have a Happy Mother’s Day.
    I’m looking forward to Sunday my oldest turns 7 he’s the best gift I’ve ever recieved:)

  3. Happy Mom’s Day!!!
    Olivia has stunning eyes and a great sense of humor…
    I wonder what she’ll be when she grows up…??
    Awesome story!!

  4. How cute is she!

    “Kids Say the Darndest Things” was a show for a reason! πŸ™‚ Best reality TV ever! haha.

  5. I SO want to be a kid again! And i want YOU to be my grown up neighbor. I’m sure you wouldn’t serve me butter milk every time I came to visit like my old neighbor did when i was in Kindergarten πŸ˜•

  6. I don’t know. With that disheveled look I think you could rake in a lot of money if you changed the title to something like “Please help this poor child from Nicaragua, found here begging for change in a local dollar store.” Slap a Knights of Columbus logo on the front of a brochure with her pic on it and you’re in business. Call me, I’ll help (for a small percentage, of course). raf

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