Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Sweet Cheeks Favorite Treat

This little video is
exactly 45 seconds long.
Now...the truth is
this little video could
have been 4 seconds long.
Why?

Well, 
THE QUESTION
was...
WHAT is YOUR
favorite treat?
Watch how she turns
this question into a
whole movie.
The one word that 
you might not be able
to figure out is
WAITRESS
but I AM sure you will
get 
ButterCream frosting
with sprinkles!
And you wonder why
it takes so long to
get her ready for anything?

uh-huh
I think the Easter Bunny
will fall asleep trying
to figure out what to 
put in her basket
if he asks her what 
she wants.
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29 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh! That's the female version of Craig! Lord help you later.
    It only gets better!

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  2. God help me, I used to say to my kids, "Give me the cliff notes version. I don't have time for the novel." How do they drag stuff out like that? : )

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  3. she makes me think of Edith Bunker from All in The Family, (long stories), I was surprised when she said cup cake, I thought she might say chips, or chocolate, she must really love you cup cakes!

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  4. She is just too funny! What a little cutie. It's amazing how she can write a novel out of one quick answer. It's also amazing to think how her imagination works! Is she excited about a visit from the Easter Bunny?
    Wishing you all a very Blessed and Happy Easter. XO

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  5. Grace picks the sprinkles off and eats them and then licks the frosting off and leaves the cupcake. I should just fill one cupcake cup with frosting and sprinkles and skip the cupcake part all together.

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  6. She is so cute! What a great video too. I can TOTALLY see why everything takes so long now. My 10 yr old is bit like that too. Sometimes, he will go on and on about a subject and not realize how long he's taking to finish his thought. I bet she's very creative too. I think that happens with kids that are creative. This is part of their creative expression.

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  7. A cupcake in each hand if you please Nana. :):) Since the royal wedding, Emma has been calling cupcakes, crumpets...she's so English you know. LOL. Happy Eater to the all of you. Blessings, Susie

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  8. 45 seconds of pure cuteness. Just love that girl.

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  9. She certainly has the gab gift - watch out world. She is adorable.

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  10. Just wait until she is nearly 14! Yikes! Adorable video. Wishing you a splendid Easter.

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  11. Diana,
    Toooooooo funny!
    We can always count on you for a great chuckle!
    Wanted to drop by and wish you and your family a "Happy Easter".
    Hugs!
    Elizabeth

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  12. What a darling little girl! She must be looking forward to her treats at Easter! I have three granddaughters but they're all grown up now. I often find myself wishing they were still little! Wishing you a very happy Easter!

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  13. darling!
    and many happy cupcakes to you and her this HaPpY PS!
    Easter Blessings...

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  14. I pray you have a beautiful Holy Week.
    Smiles,Dottie

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  15. What a sweetie!

    That was great.

    I pray you all have a wonderful Easter Sunday.

    Take care, Janet W ((HUGS))

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  16. She is so sweet...I'm sure she brings a smile to your face every day! HAPPY EASTER!

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  17. She is just so cute! I enjoyed her buttercream/cupcake/waitress explanation :).

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  18. She is just too cute! Hope you and your family have a wonderfully blessed Easter!
    Blessings,
    Janet

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  19. So funny. My granddaughter does the same thing. I often wonder where she gets so many words.
    Hugs,
    Laura

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  20. She is so funny! I'm telling you I see another Nana Sweet Cheeks in the future! I'm with her on the ButterCream frosting! Yummy!

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  21. I so remember! My blessings to you my friend. :-)

    xo
    Pat

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  22. Whatever she gets in her basket I am sure she will love it as long as it has butter cream frosting and SPRINKLES. Lots and lots of sprinkles. Happy Easter to you and your family.

    xo,
    Danielle

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  23. Heehee!

    Happy Easter to you & your family, Diana! Happy Easter to long winded Sweet Cheeks for making me smile!

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  24. Can you imagine an entire class of these coming back to school after break and the teacher asks, foolishly, "what did you do for Easter (summer, Christmas...)?" She'd need two days just to figure out what they'd done! Especially if Sweet Cheeks goes first and starts the fairy tale!

    Blessings,
    Donna

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  25. Unlike SweetCheeks, I am speechless. :)

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  26. My little nephew tells stories just like that and God help you if you interupt. He has to start all over again from the very beginning. She's a real life doll!

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