6/30/2009

Look what she found out about?

You got to love kids, they can just come up with the funniest things.

Have you notice when you have company over and no one knows what to talk about, if there are kids around, you can just pick them to do something and will entertaint the whole party?

Yesterday we went to our favorite mexican restaurant. Usually for drinks I would ask for juice of lemonade for the girls drinks, but in this particular place all they have is sodas. The waitress told me, after I asked him for our usually juice and lemonade, that usually kids drik Sprite. I am not into giving my kids sodas but I gave in and ask for 3 kids Sprites.

When Noelia, my 2 year old, tried it, at first she was making faces, but finally she said "Anybody, anybody (her way to say "hey everyone") , you never told me this was so yummy?". We were all laughing, we thought was so funny. She didn't stop until she drank it all.

You got to love kids :)!!!!


13 comments:

Alicia said...

You can always count on kids to break the ice! LOL!

Oh no..now that your daughter got a taste of soda, she may want more! LOL!

She is sooooooo pretty, Pilar!

Jen said...

Too funny! She'll never go back to lemonade again! I remember the first time we let Joshua have sprite in a restaurant. That's all he wants now. Since I don't buy it at home, we usually let him indulge. We don't go out to eat that often anyways so I guess it's ok!

Denise said...

Kids are totally awesome.

Stuff could always be worse said...

that is why kids love sodas. She is so right.
Kim

mimi said...

That is so cute!

Stonefox said...

That is funny Pilar! Hope you guys are having a great time!

Thanks for your encouraging comment on my last post. You are actually stronger than you think. I see it. What's funny is that I feel the same exact way. I am not a strong person at all. But evidently, God has a different way of thinking about us, girl! I so appreciate your sisterhood (if that makes sense?)

Dani Joy said...

Awww... Noelia! Such a funny girl! she makes me laugh. Kayla makes me all sentimental/sweet and Nicole makes me all cuddly. ;)
I miss your girls. ;) But then everyone can love on them now.
Enjoy!

Nicole said...

It is interesting to hear the different words used for carbonated drinks. I have always called it "Pop", I think it is a northern thing although I was raised in the South. My Mercy has just discovered Sweat Tea, and thinks it is the best. She is always asking if she can have some of her own in a cup. We don't go out to eat very often at all, but you keep posting about food and I am going to have to have R take me out to eat ;) Thank you for keeping us updated on your day to day stuff. I was telling R the other day about ya'll visitation here stateside and how you compared it to Spain. Take care and have a great day.

christy rose said...

Amen! You gotta love kids! They make life an adventure to enjoy!

Laura said...

Hope you are still having a wonderful trip!!

I have an award for you on my blog :)

Mich said...

Too cute! i'm a Sprite girl myself! :)

Mocha Momma said...

So how is the Stark Family? Hope you are all fine...just busy I hope.

Visiting churches or family? Remembering your camera I'm sure...Hope to see & hear from you soon.

Nannette @Life: Be In It

Nicole said...

Hey there Pilar. This comment does not have anything to do with this post. I just wanted to drop ya a note and let you know I was thinking of ya and I hope you all are having a wonderful time. Take care and hope to see some more pics of your trip soon.