Tuesday, January 3, 2017

PIPSQUEAK CONVERSATIONS

I wish that TV show was still on the air.  Art Linkletter and "Kids Say the Darndest Things."  The things that come from these little tykes often makes me laugh out loud!

2.5 year old:  (Apologizing to a toy soldier)  Sowwy liddle man.  You da bad guy. 

6 year old:  What's the difference between a hurricane and a tornado?  (we looked that up online)

2.5:  After Mom sternly put him back on the restaurant booth bench "Ow! Mom you BWOKE my awrm"  Whereupon everyone in the place turned and looked at us.

6:  I can't sleep in a dinosaur nest by your bed any more.  I'm a big boy now so let's just call it a regular bed.

2.5  Pwivacy pweese (when using bathroom)  Then he locks us out and gets into anything available to him.  Whenever he is QUIET, we go check!  (we now have a key by each door that locks, up on the door jamb)

6:  Are Grammas allowed to give boys a bath because, you know, down there?

2.5:  Can I come in your room and chill out?

6:  I don't like beef stroganoff.  I like beef, I like noodles, I like mushrooms and I like sauce to dip in.  But not all crazy mixed up together.  Yukky.

2.5:  (when it is time to pick up toys)  I too tired.  I better take a nap.

6:  Gramma, will you hold me like a baby?




12 comments:

  1. You should get a journal and record all the "cutest" that comes out of their mouths.

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    1. I feel like I'd have to be writing nonstop! The broken arm still makes me laugh ....

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  2. Moments too precious to miss.

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    1. SOOOOOO glad I came back for a while! Lotta work, chaos and energy but so much FUN!

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  3. Aw-ww. You are so fortunate to be right there in the mix and seeing and hearing all of this!!!!!

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    1. Today B went to Kindergarten and the chimney sweep came. D sat in his tiny little chair and watched everything. Now he has a career in mind.

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  4. There's no sweetness that beats grands.

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    1. My sentiment exactly. Now Mr. 6 has asked to use a "man" fork ... instead of his toddler stuff. He's a big boy now....

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  5. Sweet. LOVE the MoM, you BWOKE my awrm. Keep em coming!

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    1. I could write their little sayings EVERY day! Mr. 6 dresses for Kindergarten in the bathroom behind closed door ... I can only see him (down there) in the bath or shower. And that will be going by the wayside soon!

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  6. They say the darndest things, don't they! Enjoy! Happy New Year!

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    1. Happy new year!! I hope it takes a very positive journey for you! The weather here in Portland has been wicked cold, snowy and icy. Not a good start to positive in my book!

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