Now that DD#1 is more verbal, she is saying the funniest and cutest things (or at least they are funny and cute to us).
Like over the weekend she was laying on the bed with us in the morning and DH said to DD, "You want to go downstairs and get some breakfast?" She didn't respond or even look at him. He said in a more excited voice, "Hey A, you want to go downstairs and get some breakfast?" She paused for a moment and then said in a very mature voice, "I'm thinking about it."
Earlier this week I told her she was being a big girl for going pee pee on the potty. She looks me straight in the eye and says, "I am not a girl. I'm a boy." Later I asked her what me and DH are and she said we are both girls.
Anyway, my question is, how do you document cute little stories like these to keep for the kids when they get older? I am not a journaling person and I have horrendous, unreadable handwriting so writing them down is not an option. I thought of doing a Word document but since I don't spend much time on the computer at home, I know I wouldn't stick with it as well. I need something easy that I can do at work or at home. I was thinking of just emailing them to myself and putting them in a folder in my email and then printing them out on a regular basis like once a quarter. What do you all do?