Miss Peach and the Gypsies

Oh my little Miss Peach has discovered Madeline. Her world is forever changed. She now insists on being called Madeline, and her little brother is to be called Pepito. Who am I in this little world?Say hello to the new Miss Clavel...me! Yeah, I see the similarities...not!
No more "Mommy this, or Mommy that" now it is "Miss Clavel this, or Miss Clavel that". This is fine at home, I get a bit of a chuckle out of it. She is just so serious. It's when we go out that I get some strange looks...

Miss Peach: "Miss Clavel, can we have pizza for lunch?"
Me: "Why yes Madeline."
Lady at health club playroom: "oh wait, I thought you were her mother..."

Good times;) Oh, and Sissy...in case your were wondering...you are the Gypsy Mama!

20 comments

  1. Oh my! Better get out that habit and get practicing! But don't let her walk on any bridge railings ;)

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  2. oohhh.....I can't wait to introduce Madeline to my little El.

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  3. LOL Now, my little guy pointed to a picture of Meg Ryan today and said mama! Oh how proud he made me!

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  4. anglophilefootballfanatic.comSeptember 4, 2008 at 7:50 PM

    No one knew oh so well how to frighten Miss Clavel. What a silly girl!

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  5. I loved those books as a kid.

    I agree with the cc. No bridges.

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  6. P.S. I've left you something over at my blog!!

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  7. Cute.

    You were mistakened for the younger nanny. Teehee...

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  8. I'm Gypsy Mama huh? She's gorgeous!

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  9. Madeline is on my Daughters favorite, and funny that you are cypsy LOL

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  10. That's one of C's favorite books. She has all the Madeline books, I think. And the doll... :-)

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  11. YAY!! The book where Madeline got her appendix out was my very favorite as a little girl. In fact, I wanted to name our daughter Madeline but the husband wasn't crazy about it.

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  12. HA! That's funny. Those books are great (although they really take some liberties with the rhyming). Have a great weekend Miss. Clavel.

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  13. That is so cute! Be glad you documented it, because these stages... you just never know how long they'll last!

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  14. aaah, I can't believe my daughter hasn't asked me to play miss clavel! lucky you! way better than the wicked step mother or more typically Ursula!

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  15. That's so cute! How cool that she's so into those great books!

    (BTW - we tell our oldest when he's sassy that we're going to call the gypsies to come pick him up and take him away. Is that bad? It works every time!)

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  16. I love Madeleine! Still working on getting my 17-month-old to like her, though.

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  17. This is GREAT!
    Gotta love the minds of little ones! :)

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