A Maddyism from Madison


Remember this sweet, innocent little “Madditude” face.  Well last week during Camp Grandma (aka grandma’s babysitting) Maddy had a chance to go shopping with myself and her Pop-Pop (aka Papa).  We were at our first stop and getting safely out of the car seat and the car.  She was standing on the little ledge of the doorway in the car, and looked me right in the eye (very seriously) and asked, “Grandma, can we get some food?”.  As she is asking me this question she is glancing over my shoulder noticing all the fine eateries in the shopping center that we have stopped in.  Then Maddy continues on and has to tell me, “I’m really hungry.  Can we get some french fries?”

So, I explain to her that we have to finish our shopping and then we’ll get some lunch. That thought leaves her happy, and we proceed to get our shopping done and then head out to lunch.  All in all a fun-filled morning.

I have no doubt that this will be the summer of Maddyisms.  Keep an eye out for more thoughts and ideas from my favorite two year old.


  1. Maddy is truly adorable! In her words AND her photo! I look forward to the Maddyisms to come.

    • I’m looking forward to the quips of Maddy my self, Lisa. Most of the time when she is trying to make a point it is with hands on hips! How do they learn these things at such a young age? Happy Saturday to you and yours.

  2. What a lovely scenario – so well put across to your readers. That’s exactly what they do – get out of the car seat and stand on the ledge to make a pronouncement about something! I could really relate to that. Have a lovely summer with Maddy – I look forward to hearing more of her maddyisms.

  3. Whoops forgot to check the boxes!

  4. Grandma Kc says:

    She is so cute and has such a personality! I miss the days when Amara was little like that but having an eleven year old is a lot of fun, too!

    • My favorite of her little personality right now is when she tries to explain things to me with her hands on her hips!! Just hilarious. Thanks for stopping by for a visit.

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