Today I’m switching things up a little and sharing 5 things you may not know about Miss G… I always love learning more about my favourite bloggers and I’m sharing 5 things about myself tomorrow, so I figured I’d include my righthand lady in the fun too. Okay, here are a few things you may not know about my girl…
So what do you think? Any surprises in there?
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22 thoughts on “5 Things You May Not Know About Miss G”
Good job Grae Grae! Can you come tell my 4 kiddos how bad sugar is?? Thanks.
Haha! I’ll get her on it. ;)
For me surprise was that Gracen is so early out of diapers! Well done, Girl!:)
We were very lucky this time around, weren’t we Inese?
Yes, yes, you were!!!!:)
There’s definitely an old soul in that little body of hers!
I sometimes think the same, Nat. :)
26 letters in a name- that is impressive! My little lady has 19 (just counted them) and a hyphen…we love every bit of her name but other folk tend to drop the hyphen and everything else that follows. Alas…
What? They just drop part of her name?! That seems strange to me!
Gorgeous post and well done Gracen for staying away from sugar!
Thanks, Neets. It’s not easy, but I think it’s beyond worth it.
It sure is. We find it a struggle too & we do cave occasionally but not often
I was just wondering about one thing. If she isn’t so keen on candy and you guys are really watching to not give her sugar, what are you doing on halloween? are you still going around trick or treating or not? Just wondering because I already fear the day when I “have to” go trick or treating with my girl… I’m not liking this. lol
Just make sure you’re in control of the stash :D (you can eat most of it lol) :D
Lol… Nice idea, I’m sure kids love to see that. Hahaha :D
Good question, Peggy! I don’t know what we’ll do in future years, but this year we did the whole trick-or-treating thing, but infused her goodie bag with little pouches of healthier treats along the way (nuts, freeze-dried fruit, wild rice sticks, stickers, stamps, pretzels, etc.) When we got home, we explained that some of the things would be for Mama and Papa to keep and some would be for her. We dumped it all out and she sorted everything into two piles – no help or explanation needed! :)
what a good girl! thanks for sharing the link, have missed that somehow…. :)
Ha, yeah about the names, we’ve gifted our son with a long one too. My poor child will have a time of it spelling his full name & fitting it on forms. 30 letters all told, including the hypen. Plus the added bonus of A-E-U in his first name, then E-A-U in the first part of his surname. Heh.
Yikes. Sprout has an even bigger learning curve than Grae! I’m sure they’ll both rock it when it comes time. ;)
kudos on the no candy thing, that sure makes life nice and easy!! and yum Tofu, seriously so easy to manipulate to anything you like I love it!
You’re veggie, right Eschelle? What’s your favourite way to prepare tofu? I feel like I need to switch things up a little…
Great post. Totally impressive on the early potty training:)