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Me: "I love you, #2."

#2: "I love me, too."

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Um, guess we’re going to have to work on that narcissism aren’t we?

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  1. It’s still cute at four, too. My daughter actually has a t-shirt that says “I <3 Me" – my sister bought it for her after a conversation where our Mom was listing for the girl all the people who loved her, and when she finally ran out, the girl piped up "What about me, Grama? I love me!" I think that's a healthy narcissism. I'd rather my daughter spends her life saying "I love me" than hear the awful things I hear teenage girls saying about themselves lately. Although, it is awfully nice to hear them say "I love you too, Momma" once in a while.

    1. That’s too funny. I might have to look for that shirt.

      But, you are right. I would much rather her be saying that then terrible things about herself.

  2. That is so sweet! I definitely consider that self-confidence at that age…

    And, um, someone is growing.up. Good night! Look at how much her face is changing…big girl, mom!

    1. Now, you know you aren’t allowed to point that out, right? She’s my baby.

      (And, I just noticed tonight she’s popped one of her 2 year molars….she really is a big girl isn’t she?)

      1. No, Mom. In that case, she’s definitely not growing up at all! 😉

  3. That is too cute! Maggie will still, on occasion, say “I am so cute”. She usually means her outfit is cute but enough people tell her she’s cute for her not to know the difference.

    1. And, just like Louise says (above) it’s perfectly good and healthy for her! And, she is cute:)

  4. I’m laughing pretty hard at this. Little ones are so honest, aren’t they? 😉

    Merry Christmas!

    Hope you get a chance to swing by and say howdy!

  5. Ha, too cute! And yes, keep on lovin’ yourself girl. 🙂

  6. oh how i love her…if only she could fit in your suitcase 🙂

  7. LOL! I love her! She’s surrounded by so much love that she just KNOWS she is awesome. 🙂

  8. LOL! That’s cute. I guess its true, 2 year olds are really self centered.

  9. Haha! My niece always says “Hold You” when she wants to be held. Crazy how they get things mixed up like that but oh so cute!

  10. Hahahaha that’s so cute!!! Totally makes me smile 🙂

  11. what’s not to love 😉 Yay N!!! Nothing like a girl with self-confidence!!!

  12. HA HA!!! Kids are awesome!

    I did my first Wordless Wednesday today and I hope to keep it up!

    Michelle @ The Adventures of Supermom

  13. Well, I just have to agree with everyone else, it is self-confidence, not narcissism. And it is definitely better than worrying about how she looks and having an eating disorder.
    You are a great mom!
    BTW, she is adorable – what’s NOT to love?

  14. HAHA! I love it! That’s a good healthy self esteem there! 🙂

  15. That’s awesome. And, it could actually be a skill for her future! I consider being narcissistic part of my “brand”. Perhaps that explains why I don’t really sell anything?!

  16. Linda Meyers-Gabbard says:

    She is to cute

  17. LOL. That’s very cute. 🙂 My son used to mix up his pronouns too. He needed help getting it straight but most little ones grow out of it on their own. I kinda miss it.

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