Monday, April 13, 2009

a little Easter humor

Today we picked up my seven year old little sister, Breanna, to spend the day with us. Marianna had spent the morning planning what she and Breezy would do all afternoon, and the first part of her plan included sharing some of her Easter candy with her.

As soon as she climbed in, I said, "Marianna, tell Breezy what kind of candy you have for her." Marianna couldn't remember right away, so I prodded, "Remember, the candy that tastes like marshmallows."

"Oh! That's right. Breezy, I have a toot for you!"

"It's a peep."

"Yes, I have a peep for you!"

A classic Easter candy, but one that Marianna evidently isn't that familiar with yet =)


Penny said...

That's cute! Our grandson's third Easter, when he was 2, he promptly bit the head off of a Peep and stuck it in the middle of his forehead!
I have a niece named Briana Louise and when she was small we called her Breezy, too.

Laurie in Ca. said...

Too Cute Angie!!:) Peep, Toot, both spelled backwards are the same. She knew what she was talking about. I love you and hope you are having a wonderful time with these girls!!

Love and Hugs, Laurie

Trennia said...

very cute

Karen said...

I'm intrigued about your 7-year-old sister. How many siblings do you have? I doubt I'm the only one whose curiosity was sparked. It sounds like a good blog entry!!