...the next minute, she has decided to become a cheerleader who uses seaweed for pom-poms (how
Or, you might come across Sophie in the yard, looking like a roast pig and wearing two left boots:
|Yes, she's almost always bathing suit-clad.|
Sophie is also funny because she's quirky. Once, when Charlotte was about 3 weeks old Sophie asked, "Mama, what's that new baby's name?" I was pretty sure she must mean some other new baby because she couldn't possibly mean the one that currently lived in our house. "Do you mean our new baby? Charlotte??" I asked. "Oh, right," she said, very nonchalantly, "I guess I just forgot." Leave it to Sophie to forget her sister's name.
Sophie used to get upset when I would laugh and tell her she was funny. Now, she's finally embraced her skill for its entertainment value. If asked, she will happily tell you that she's "the funny one." She might also tell you that she's the "wild child." Neither of which is inaccurate. Not a day goes by that she doesn't do something to crack me up. I'm just waiting for the day when she becomes the class clown. So far, there haven't been any calls from school. I've got the upcoming years to worry about that!