Happy Friday and happy last day of September! Is it me or has the month of September flew by? I am excited for October though, we have some big events next month including Halloween. Ci's costume came in yesterday, I am in love with it (and so is she!). I can't wait to show you guys!
Anyway, it's time for Mama M's Five Question Friday.
This week she asks:
1. Do you apologize to your kids if you're wrong?
I do apologize to Cecilia if I am wrong about something,
which is rare. Even though she's only two and a half I think it's never too early to let her hear you say "Sorry."
2. Do you have a class ring, letterman's jacket, or similar obscenely priced high school "must have"?
I still have my class ring in my jewelry box. I haven't wore it since my sophomore year. It was a big waste of money (sorry mom and dad!) Class rings for girls have gotten a lot cuter in the last few years. My sister in law's ring isn't bulky like mine was.
3. If you could be one age for the rest of your life, what age would you choose?
Probably 35 (seven years from now). Hopefully by that time both the hubs and I will be where we want in our careers, we'll have one (maybe two) more kids and we will be in our dream house.
4. What is your favorite (unused) baby name?
This is a tricky one. I like a few names Quinn and Elliott (for a girl) and Bryce or Cameron (for a boy). My husband hates all of these names and if we have another girl her name would most likely be Giulianna (not sure on a middle name) and our son would be Dane Michael. DH's family is Italian (we have a very Italian sounding last name) so he insists on any girls name sounding Italian (like Cecilia, who does not look Italian at all with her blonde hair and blue eyes). Dane is the name we fell in love with when I was pregnant with Ci. Daniel (who is a Jr.) didn't want a III, but Dane is close enough to Daniel and Michael is a family name in both of our families.
5. If you could make your child like something what would it be?
This is hard, because Cecilia likes almost everything food wise. It would probably be I wish she liked riding in the car more. She has hated the car since we brought her home from the hospital. A car trip more then twenty minutes she gets fussy unless we have the DVD player (but we only allow the DVD player on car trips over 2 hours).