|Thursday, October 25th, 2007|
Why would you do that?
I walk into the bathroom while the boys are taking a bath. I find Jason (naked) on a stool trying to reach two wet paper towel balls stuck to the wall. I ask what happened and this is the conversation that followed:
Matt: " Well, Jason handed me the wet paper towels and I throw them at the wall"
Me: "Why? Why would you do such a thing!!!?"
Matt: "Well... (1)Because it's fun and (2)Because it will help clean the wall"
Me: (shakes head)
|Thursday, October 18th, 2007|
Matthew: "Daddy, does your brain keep growing whenever you learn more stuff?"
Daddy: "No, it doesn't work that way"
Matthew: "Can you ever learn so much stuff, it can't fit into your brain"
Daddy: (smiling) "No, there's plenty of room to keep everything you can possibly learn"
(He really was concerned.)
|Saturday, March 25th, 2006|
My niece was about six and called her brother (who was 10) a "dirty polecat!" I snickered, but said, "It's not nice to call your brother that."
She rolled her eyes and said, "Ok, you're a CLEAN polecat."
|Wednesday, July 13th, 2005|
My neighbor's across the street are selling their house. I've explained this to my 5 year old because we are friends with the people who live there. The other day, the real estate agent had her car parked in front of our house. She had taken the "open house" signs down off the neighbor's lawn and was walking towards her car.
My son eyed her suspiciously as she walked towards her car. I waved, my youngest (the 2 year old also waved), my oldest just stared at her, he then yelled "You know, we are NOT SELLING our house!!!". She said" that's okay honey, you don't have to." I told him not to worry, we were going to stay here forever.
|Wednesday, June 8th, 2005|
My son is about to turn six months old, and so is just beginning the funny stages of his life. HE does hte typical grab his feet, shove themin his mouth, flip over while his diaper is off.
The funny thing he has been doing lately though is since my grandmother is in the house, he has decided he is going to work his charm on her.
My grandmother has always been called Nana, and when William is mad at me, he will yell for his Nana. All you hear is "Na na na na na na na na". He's learned that this will get him attention because she'll respond, and today when nobody woudl pick him up because we were carrying stuff around the house, he yelled for Nana and in an instant she was there to pick him up.
Also, my grandmother has fake teeth, and she clicks the front of them together opening and closing her mouth. William has gotten to where when she doe sit, he will do it back. The other night, we were all eatign dinner, and he spent the entire meal sittign them opening and closing his mouth because he was tryign to show us he could chew enough to eat spaghetti.
Ok, so maybe they're not funny stories, but they're really super cute!
|Saturday, May 28th, 2005|
|Friday, April 1st, 2005|
I have a three year old son and I've been working with him on picking up his toys,etc.
the other morning he gets up and I can hear him rustling around in his room. He comes out looks at me and says "all done,for god's sake leave me alone!" *laughs* He was so serious and I had to go look in his room to see what he meant.....he had picked up his toys! guess it was his way of saying stop nagging me mom............lol Current Mood: amused
|Tuesday, March 29th, 2005|
This is great....I love being a mom!
My son (he's 3) pointed to my cheek, & said, "Hey , whadayou got there? A nipple? "
I'm like, "umm no hunny (after laughing hysterically of coarse) it's called a DIMPLE"
Huge smile on my face! Current Mood: giggly
|Thursday, March 24th, 2005|
This morning I was telling Darren about Nursery school, which he is starting in the fall. He asked me if I was going to go with him, & I said no, that he would be going to school all by himself! He looked at me really weird, & said, "But mommy, I don't want to drive!"
haha, I love it when he takes things so literally!
p.s. Does anyone else come here???
|Saturday, March 19th, 2005|
Last night in the bath tub, my son made up a song that went like this.... " Don't drink beer, & don't drink bubbles!!!"
This child is the joy of my life! I just love this age so much! (he's 3)
|Thursday, March 3rd, 2005|
Hi....I'm so glad I found this site....kids are hilarious! I have a 3 year old son who is constantly cracking me up!
MY favorite thing I ever heard him say was..."I too cool for school mom! I ARE!" Current Mood: good
|Tuesday, February 1st, 2005|
My little tape recorder
I'm currently working a business from my home as a skin care and cosmetic consultant. My son, Christopher, whom is 5, hears me "talk shop" and I all too often forget how much children pick up on our conversations.
Last week he warned me to stay away from UVB Rays because they burn your skin. A few days ago he tried to quiz me on the difference between cleansing lotion and cleansing cream.
|Tuesday, January 4th, 2005|
Kellism for the day...
I've been teaching Kella parts of the body while I've studied anatomy and physiology. We've learned spine, ribs, skull, skeleton... so on and so forth...
Sunday night @ MiL's we had ribs for dinner. On Monday while she was at gmas she had some ribs for lunch. She got a bit of sauce on her shirt. When daddy got home last night (Monday night) this conversation happened:
Kella- Daddy I want to show you something on my shirt (she proceeded to show daddy the bbq sauce on her shirt)
Daddy- What is that?
Kella collected her thoughts for a minute...
Kella- Oh, I mean RIBS!!!!
sorry if you see this more than once...
I had to share b/c it was so funny!
|Friday, October 8th, 2004|
My ds MacKenzie, 3, has a facination with firetrucks...and my daughter is absorbed by anything Barbie, Polly Pocket or Bratz....we were on our way to the Commisary last night and passed a firetruck. My son proclaimed that he wanted to go to Firefighter school. I nodded and told him maybe when he gets older, and while I am explaining what older is to him, my daughter exlaims "Mommy, I want to go to Bratz school!"
I couldn't stop laughing.....out of the mouths of babes. Current Mood: geeky
|Saturday, September 18th, 2004|
Itching to Grow Up
My son (age 4 1/2) has told us that when he grows up he's going to be an ice cream man and a train conductor. In the car the other day he said
"Mommy, it's taking a awfully slow time for me to turn into a ice cream man and train conductor."
|Thursday, September 16th, 2004|
Insight from Sadie
We are walkign down the sidewalk on our way to daddy work when Sadie starts qpouting off nursery rhymes. Heres a new one for you that she brought to my attention!
*Humpty Dumpty Sat on a wall
Humpty Dumpty Had a great fall
All the kings horses and all the kings men
couldnt put humpty togther again.
MOMMY, Humypt needs a Big Bandaid*
|Friday, September 17th, 2004|
Miss Six declared to our therapist today, "I'm a good girl, I wear shoes outside."
|Monday, September 13th, 2004|
Becca, 6, on morning smog: "Fog is what happens when it's cold and lots of people breathe."
|Friday, September 10th, 2004|
Water makes you grow
When I was at school orientation with my 4 year old, the whole group was walking over to the music area and it started to rain. (the sun was just out) The teacher grabbed my son's hand and they started running to get out of the rain...she told him not to worry that it was just a drizzle, but then it started to pour. She said "don't worry the rain will help you grow" To which my son replied, "no it won't...eating helps you grow...not rain!"
|Monday, September 6th, 2004|
We took the kids to play mini-golf this weekend. Everytime the two year old had her turn, she'd pick up the ball, run up the green, and then place the ball right next to the hole. Then she'd "putt" it (As much as a toddler can putt!) into the hole.
If she made it, she'd stand up take a bow to the left and a bow to the right and say "Tank you, Tank you." Then she'd turn to the nearest person and say "High Five."
If she missed, she'd throw the putter down and say "Tupid Ball".
I couldn't stop laughing the whole time we were there.