Kate: I sorry for being a brat, mom.
Me: What did you do?
Kate: I just felt like saying that.
Kate walked out of her room in a black skirt, black shirt and black boots.
Me: Why are you wearing all black? Here let’s put some pink leggings on.
Kate: No. Black widows do not wear leggings.
Kate: I see the moon, mom! Awwww!! It’s broke!
Me: Hey Kate. Did Uncle Jon ask you if you were going to sit on Santa’s lap this year?
Kate: Were you talking, mom?
Kate skinned her knee.
Kate: You see my booboo right there? That means my skin break.
Found Kate in her room pulling at her clothes and whining.
Me: What’s the problem?
Kate: I don’t like my tags!
Me: Ok, you don’t need to cry about it. I can cut them off. Here.
Kate: I sorry, mom.
Me: Sorry for what?
Kate: I sorry my clothes have tags.
Aunt Jenna: Emma, what did you ask Santa for Christmas?
Emma: Bow and arrows!
Aunt Jenna: Kate, what are you getting for Christmas?
Kate: uh…a horse.
Me: Oh Kate. I don’t know how much longer you can wear these shoes. They are getting pretty small.
Kate: They are shrinking to (baby cousin) Gabby size.
Kate walked downstairs with a long shirt on. No pants.
Me: Uh….where are your pants you had on earlier?
Kate: Princesses don’t wear pants.
Emma and Kate were coloring on heart shaped foam pieces.
Emma: How do you spell rock? Like “you rock”?
Kate: How do you spell “I don’t love you”
Kate was staring at a fly on the table.
Kate: Mommy. Is that fly a boy fly or girl fly?
I had to help Kate in the bathroom.
Me: Oh! You had green poop!
Kate: Thank you.
Me: Emma I don’t like that attitude.
Emma: I don’t have one.
Kate: I want an attitude!
Kate: My teacher doesn’t have a trash can.
Kate: Ha! Yeah she does.
Kate: I love Emma.
Me: I love Emma too.
Kate: I love daddy.
Me: I love daddy too.
Kate: Mom. Stop copying me.
Me: Kate! Layla is coming over!
Kate: Uh, what’s her mom’s name?
Kate: What color her hair?
Kate: Uhhh I don’t get her.
Me: Kate, what does your teacher call you?
Me: Is it Kate-a-rooni?
Kate: No, it’s chicken butt.
I was wrapping presents in front of Kate. I put them in a big pile on counter as I got done with each one.
Kate: Whoa. That’s a lot of Christmas right there.
Aunt Jenna: Kate! You see my belly now? It’s getting bigger because the baby is getting bigger!
Kate: Uhhhh…how you get dressed?
Emma got in trouble for something. I sent her to her room.
Emma: Fine. I’m not talking to you for the rest of my life today.
Scott: Emma! What would you do if there were no more pencils or pens in the world?!
Emma: Uh…use my tongue.
Me: Kate! I think Emma is calling you on her fake phone.
Kate: Let’s pretend she’s not.
In line at grocery store. Line was being held up by a check writer.
Kate: WHAT IS TAKING SO LONG! COME ON PEOPLE!
Me: Emma! Last day of school tomorrow for winter break!
Emma: For how long?
Me: Couple weeks I think.
Emma: Until I’m 17?
Kate: Today we celebrated a kid’s birthday in school!
Emma: Cool Kate! Who’s birthday was it?
Kate: Uhhh…baby Jesus.
Me: Ugh! What is that smell? It smells like poop in here.
Kate: Not me.
Emma: Not me. Smells like daddy’s.
Kate laying in bed with me one morning.
Kate: Mom, something is in my eye. Right here (in corner). It feels like a crumb.
Me: Let’s call Jon! It’s his birthday!
Kate: Uh…like Uncle Jon or Jon at the gym?
Me: Wait, what? Who is Jon at the gym?
Kate: It’s Jon. He my friend. I call him Jon at the gym.
Getting girls ice cream at a drive-thru. I ordered and pulled up to window.
Kate: YES!! This is my favorite part, Emma! (Rolls down her window as employee was taking my card) HI!!!!