Sunday, February 22, 2009


Okay, I know what you are thinking. What the heck is an Ash-tion-ary? Well, my oldest daughter has her own arsenal of words. Where the heck she gets these words or how she makes them up I have no idea.

It all started when I had made the comment of how much this girl sleeps. I really think she has a disorder. She just loves to eat then go take a nap. She does however work from like 3 to 11 at night. Therefore, I have done a days work by the time she gets out of bed at 1:00 p.m. I was like what the heck, girl you need to get movin.

One day I was really tired and really did not feel like doing any laundry, dishes, and cleaning of the house and I thought to my self I am in the first stages of "Ashley-i-tis." I thought OMG, this is not good. Ashley-i-tis can be defined as; wanting to sleep, occasionally eat, and go to work minimal. Then come home and do the same thing, party on the weekends all hours and then start the week over. Ashley -it-tis. I am sure most of you who have kids at home may have this. Beware, this could go on for a while. Snap out of it if you feel like this could be happening to you.

I love my girls. They bring such life to mine.

Second word that I found out yesterday, while we were having lunch at BDubs just enjoying the day with the family. She told her DAD that she was his favorists. What? What kind of word is that? That is not a word, her dad said "Yes it is, did you not know it was in the ashtionary?" I just busted out laughing. That is funny.

Yes folks, I am building an Ash-ltion-ary for some of you who may have this problem understanding your teenager, oh wait she is twenty-somthing. HA.


L e e said...

I have four granddaughters that I do so enjoy having around. Coming from a long line of boys, this is a bit of a new experience for me. They are so much different than the boys. There thoughts, or thinking is very different than the boys. One of them used the word "pictionary" one day. I've got to look that up one day to see if that does exist. LOL

Erin said...

Thanks for dropping by :) I've really done alot with my blog since you last visited and it's great.

Kids are funny with their words. :)

Erin said...

Kids? Oh, you said you daughter was in her twenties? lol... I'm only 24.