Saturday, February 28, 2009

In an effort to start keeping track of all the cute (to me, anyway) things Paige says, here are a few outtakes from today:

Daddy: "Paige, how many donuts did you eat today?"

Paige: "Oh, I don't know. About a million or so."

After seeing the tail end of a horse out the window today:

Paige: "I saw the horse's booty."

After a chat with Aunt Michelle about how some people might not like having their "bum" called a "booty," Paige said, "I like booty. I have a booty. I'm sittin' on it."

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2 comments: to “ Paigeisms

  • The Katies
    March 2, 2009 at 4:03 PM  

    Hi Michie!
    Thanks for stopping by ABC and 123, we're so glad you left a comment so we'd know you were by. Yes we both have special ed backgrounds, but you certainly do work with a very special population. Sounds a bit like my first job! We hope you'll share some activities and lessons that have worked well with us and our readers. We know we have two other reader who is interested in special needs education.
    Thanks again and hope to see you often!

  • The Katies
    March 2, 2009 at 4:08 PM  

    I'm being lazy and not signing out and resigning in as myself, but this is Katie from Katie's Nesting Spot. You left me a question about card making and I'm sorry that it's taken me a few days to get back with you, the weekends are always hectic for me!
    As far as card making goes, you should jump on it and start. They are very fun and you can make one quickly and feel a sense of accomplishment.
    I am not above saving the envelopes that my mail comes in, and prying them open to use as templates for envelopes.
    I also find buying blank card and envelope sets a big time saver. You can buy these at Micheals and Joann's in a variety of colors and sizes and they often go on sale. I'd start with those, you just paste on your decorated front and are good to go.
    This is a good way to begin with card making, you can also buy envelope templates but really just holding onto envelopes you get in the mail and using them to trace is quite easy.
    If you think you'll make a lot of cards and want to use your own base try to use a standard card size and buy envelopes in bulk at at an office store. I've done that and still have some left.
    I hope this helps. If you have any more questions just ask!


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