Apparently I have 3 baby girls. Tonight I was tucking Savannah and Abby into bed and they wanted to give Daisy a kiss (our kitty). I could NOT find her even though she had just been in the room a second ago. Savannah looked over and Daisy had put herself to "bed" in a little wooden cradle next to Savannah's bed. Silly kitty. I tell you, she thinks she's a real member of this family. She acts like she's the girls sister. No kidding. She and Abby will be playing together nicely and then I'll hear Abby crying and she'll say, "Mommy, Daisy scratched me!". Or I hear Abby laughing and find her doing something not so nice to Daisy. Daisy follows the girls EVERYWHERE and even climbs the metal jungle-gym outside with them. How weird is that? She's definitely a strange kitty, but oh so sweet...and so patient and gentle with the girls. I guess I really am the only mommy she's ever known, I did bottle feed the little thing, so perhaps I truly the mommy to 3 girls and our little boy soon to be.
This morning Abby was exercising her "control" over "her" space by telling Jeremy and I, when she got upset with us, that we're "Not allowed in my room". I of course was let off the hook quickly because thankfully, neither of these girls can stay mad at me very long, but as for Jeremy...well, she went so far as to come downstairs and announce that she was making a "No Daddy" sign. Since she can't write "No Daddy", she just drew a cute little picture of "Daddy" and proceeded to tape it to the bedroom door. It's still hanging there even though she informed him that he could come into her room, he's just not allowed to wake her up.