Monday, May 16, 2011

I'm Back!!!!

You probably thought I would stop blogging just because I moved. But nope! I'm back! It's just been really busy the past few months. We packed up my toys, and moved to a completely different state!


I was worried that the Easter Bunny might not know where I am now. But Mom said that Santa and his Elves make sure to let the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy know when kids move. Even better, they try to keep the Boogie Man that lives under my bed out of the loop.

And don't worry... when we packed my toys we didn't throw my baby sister in the box too. She moved with us. She changed a lot since we moved. She can pull herself up, she crawls around, she has 2 whole teeth, and she's always putting my toys in her mouth. I don't like it when she does this. They get all wet and gross.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Do they have carousels where we are moving?

I still need to have my very special interview with Mommy about this move to Williamsburg, but until then... I'm taking advantage of her and Daddy taking me to the carousel. It's one of my favorite places in the whole wide world. This is me on the Spinny Thing. Dad just stands next to it, but Mommy gets in and spins with me. She usually regrets it cause she gets a little nauseous. She also learned the hard way to get her coffee at the Starbucks across from the carousel AFTER we do the Spinny Thing.

Mom hasn't been around much because she's had to go down to Williamsburg to start her job. But she says I'll like it there because there are horsies and sheep and lots of other little kids there. I'm not sure what to expect. But I'm taking it day by day. Right now I'm focused on one thing: MY BIRTHDAY! Next week. March 27th. 


Saturday, February 26, 2011

Yoga with Sadie

I've been giving yoga a chance, but it's hard. I like lacrosse, and basketball, and games where I run around. So, being quiet for a moment is actually kinda hard. When I'm in crowds, I'm more Zen-like. But at home, it's all about getting bonkers! Especially if I have a bowl of Trix.

(Note from Sadie's Mom: Say no to Trix. After checking the amount of sugar, we changed to Cheerios immediately. It's amazing her head didn't pop off. Here's a photographic example of the results.)

Here is my interpretation of this "yoga" stuff. And is it Namaste or Llama-stay? I like llamas- they are like camels, but not really. I also think all yoga should be done in big poofy skirts - they allow for lots of movement.

Monday, February 21, 2011


I lost Blankie. We went to the shopping center with the Barnes and Noble and the restaurant with the Fire Truck, and it was really, really windy! So windy that the tree that they used for the Christmas Tree at the White House - it blew down! I had it when I got out of the car. But somehow in the course of the day... I lost it. But Mommy said another little kid must have needed Blankie more than I did, so Blankie decided to go with the kid. I was sad. But then Mommy said it was time to go to Target because a new Blankie needed to choose ME!
This is me and old Blankie. She was a great friend.
So we got in the car (Dad and Mom looked like they were gonna cry, so I kept quiet.) And we drove to Target. I got in the cart and SHAZAAM!!!! Like magic, it took off! And it was going here and there, and turning around, and doing all sorts of crazy things. And then it stopped in front of a big display of Blankies. And the new Blankie picked **ME!!!** She's light pink on one side, and has pink, brown and white stripes. And she's soft! Really, really soft!

I thought old Blankie might come back and visit, but Mommy said it's good to love and miss the old Blankie, but now it's time to make new memories with new Blankie. I think I'll be okay, and I hope that new kid really takes care of old Blankie. To be honest, she was a little worn out - and she accidentally dipped herself in Mom's lasagna the other night.

When new Blankie is well-adjusted in the family, I'll take a picture and introduce you to her. She's really quite lovely.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Sadie Angelica: Style Icon

Yes, you heard it here first. The poofy skirt is totally "in" this season. I also have one in hot pink with hearts on it, and I highly recommend you stand over a heater whenever possible. It feels nice and makes the skirt extra poofy. As for tops, one my favorite shirts is my Peanuts "One Love" t-shirt, although I just got a rockin' Curious George tee. 

But that's not what I'm really here to talk about with you. Although style is very important to me, there have been developments that cannot be ignored.

I have been informed by Mom and Dad that we are moving. I'm shrugging it off like it's not big deal. Mom has been putting books in boxes and they are all over the place. Apparently, Mom got a new job at that Colonial Williamsburg place. I gotta admit, I did have fun there. As soon as we went in the bookstore, I put on a College of William & Mary hat and tried to grab a football.

I'm a little confused about the details of all of this. I'm already planning another interview with Mommy... 'cause I have questions.

Are we taking Georgie?
Can I bring my big Ladybuggy pillow?
Can I still have cranberry juice before bed?
Seriously, do they get wi-fi there? I can't live without Berenstein Bears on YouTube.

There's a lot to discuss. And possibly negotiate. I'm good at that. If my parents can't meet me halfway on this - then forget it. I'm considering asking for more vanilla ice cream. And a later bedtime.

Monday, January 31, 2011

Princess and the Pea

Mom was invited down to Colonial Williamsburg for another round of interviews and Dad, Georgie and I decided to go with her to see if it's a place where we want to live. But I found the hotel room to be a bit challenging. I love hopping in and out of bed for a whole bunch of reasons. But apparently you aren't supposed to do that in the 18th century.

And can I still blog if we move to Colonial Williamsburg? Did they get wi-fi back then? This could be a dealbreaker for me. If I can't get YouTube, I'm not goin'. And Mommy paused when I asked her where Sesame Street was on the map when we were in the Visitor's Center. But I liked William & Mary... I might consider it for college. We'll see.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Okay. Georgina can stay.

I've come to the conclusion that Georgie can stay with our family. I kept bugging Mom about taking her back to the hospital, but she wouldn't budge. She said she brought me home from the hospital too, and she didn't send me back when I cried. I guess she has a point.

So I'm trying to make the best of it. I like tickling Georgie. And that makes her smile.

But that kid drools a lot and gets it all over the blanket.

Ew. Gross.

Saturday, January 15, 2011

I wish it snowed more....

I remember last year it snowed A LOT. So much that Dad said some naughty words after digging the car out. But this year... not so much. And I find that to be a bummer. But it finally snowed a little bit the other day, so Mom and I went out and had an awesome SNOWBALL FIGHT!!!

Well, I fought harder than her. She was covered by the time we were done. Then I went to preschool and told Miss Shannon about our awesome snowball fight. And she drew this picture for me. I think it captures the battle very well.

But for the record - I WON!!!!

Monday, January 10, 2011

It's hard to be serious....

... it hurts my eyebrows. I don't recommend it.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

I'm quiet, but I don't like quiet clothes.

If you've met me in person, you know I'm not a big talker. Sure, I have a lot to say at home to my parents, but when I'm out and about - I tend to be lost in my thoughts. Which is why I love museums so much. I'm lucky because my parents and grandparents love taking me to museums, and zoos, and other places where I can look at stuff and quietly think.

So, before Christmas, we went to the Norman Rockwell exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery. Mom is a BIG fan, and she got a glimpse of it a few weeks ago. But when it came time to go, I decided that if I was going to go to an art museum, I should look.... creative. So I looked in my closet and decided on this outfit.

Apparently, people in Washington, D.C. don't see awesome outfits like this very often, because I got a lot of big smiles, a few laughs, and occassionally a look like this:

A lot of people were about to go on their Christmas break, so people asked my Daddy, "Did she dress herself? Because she looks fantastic!"

I then did a modern dance for them, which ended in this pose. Thank you. I'm available for quiet cocktail parties and fundraising events.