Sunday, November 16, 2008

Nice Moment

Oops. I meant niece moment. Excuse the typo. We had the nieces while my sister went to 007. There was a lot of wild playing with the Dora playhouse, a bit of whinging (quite a bit from my daughter as well), and some ice cream at Ring Mountain. A. was partial to Bob the Bear.


LissyJo said...

Whinging? You didn't tell me there was whinging. You did tell me my daughter told you i like it when she's bored.

Anonymous Atheist said...

There was some "discussion" between Ame and Eryn about who could play with which toys. Most of the whinging was on Eryn's side, although the tattling was all on Ame's side.

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She says said...

Ooops, the above comment was me, logged into the wrong account.

I asked what "whinging" is...? Is it like "whining" but with an extra "g" for the girls?

Scooter said...

Now if I ever seen that "Phoenix" leaked something, I'll know who it was.

Whinging is British. I like it better than whining as calling someone a whinger (win-ger) sounds more amusing than calling them a whiner.

intr.v. whinged, whing·ing, whing·es Chiefly British
To complain or protest, especially in an annoying or persistent manner.