My parents were here this weekend and mom had brought a sucker for Megan. She gave it to her after breakfast and dad and Megan were sitting together at the table. She turns to my dad and says, "I'm having a sucker, Lynn." Mind you, I only refer to him as Grandpa, but she must have heard Chad or my mom saying, "Lynn." Dad thought this was hilarious and repeated it, so for the next 5 minutes she said it over and over, laughing wildly at her joke.
Later that day, we had a picnic lunch. She was eating turkey and cheese in her booster seat, looks out of the pavilion at the van and says, "I'm going to get in my car, drive home and have a bagel." What? A bagel?
The past several days, I have noticed her saying something after Mommy. I wasn't quite sure what she was saying and tonight I finally realized what she was saying. When she wants my attention, she says, "Mommy Elizabeth." Apparently, she has made that connection that when I say, "Megan Elizabeth" I want her attention, thus she pulls it out when she needs my attention.
Here are some pictures from our hike this weekend. It was a little rainy, but it was warm (for the first time in months). Megan actually walked a majority of the way herself with Daddy for a hiking buddy. It was a nice little adventure.