So today at lunch, we were eating blueberries, and Ada began to asking me about a spot on the blueberries, and I was explaining that it was just there from the blueberry being picked off the bush. So, that led to more questions, and the conversation led to Ada asking if we could go outside to plant a garden after lunch. I once again told her that I would have to look into it, and that we would try to plant a garden in the Spring, and this is what she said.
Ada: "But mom, I know how to plant a garden,"
Me: "You do? How?"
Ada: "make a hole...water it...plant...water again...then, watch it grow. That's how you do it, mom."
So, there you go. Fairly simple, it seems;)
Okay, second Ada conversation.
Yesterday, we got a postcard in the mail about the Atlanta Ballet Company's production of Sleeping Beauty. Well, Ada's favorite princess is Sleeping Beauty (no rhyme or reason to that; she doesn't even know the story of Sleeping Beauty), and she loved watching the Christmas ballet show, so I thought that it would be really special for Ada to be able to go with me to the Fox to watch Sleeping Beauty. I immediately called Scott to tell him about it, and he agreed that it was a good idea and that we should look into the price of tickets. Ada overheard my conversation with Scott, and she wanted to see the postcard. Here is what it looks like...
I don't know if you can tell, but the male ballet dancer has no shirt on, and ummm...very form fitting pants. Ada took one look at it, and announced that she did not want to go see Sleeping Beauty. When I asked her why, she said because the man doesn't have any clothes on. No matter what I said, she was not budging in her decision.
Scott said, "that's my girl."