My 3yo niece emailed me today (translation given by my mom):
dfgggggggggggggggghappyaaaaaa (That is Happy Birthday to you.)
(Except it's not my birthday; it's my aunt's.)
sdfgggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg (thank you for the stickers)
(That she used to decorate my aunt's birthday gift.)
My sister-in-law also told me that my niece is looking forward to my visit in June.
"Elizabeth is looking forward to doing 'chick-flips' with you because you LOVE doing them. She plans to do 'chick-flips' with you at the cabin. Oh and to jump waves with you because you love that too."
What are "chick-flips," you ask?
I had to ask as well....
"A chick flip (which she says you taught her) is a little jump and a spin at the same time. She tells me that this is what she did with you while we were at the hospital when Ava was born. Just get ready-- she has some TALL tales these days."
Oh, so apparently I'm supposed to know what a "chick-flip" is...I better re-learn real quickly.