Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Crazy Things My Kids Say: The 3 yr old.

No weird news today.
I’ve been looking, but nothing caught my eye.
I guess some days/weeks are weirder than others.

Instead, I give you …“Crazy Things My Kids Say”… (Copyright pending).
For this installment, I give you my cherub-face 3 year-old baby girl.
-While “helping” me wash my truck…
Her: “What’s this black thing on here for?”
Me: “That’s called a bra. It protects the paint from bugs.”
Her: “You need to take it off and get a RED one.”
Me: “Why?”
Her: “Because that’s MY favorite color!”
Me: “OH, that’s right. I forgot.”
Her: “You would!”

-While she was talking to my wife in the kitchen… (I posted this on Facebook & Twitter when it happened)
Her: “You know that thing?”
Wife: “What thing?’
Her: “You KNOW! That THING?!”
Me: “What THING?”
Her: “I’m talking to MOMMY! But you can feel free to talk to yourself.”

**10 mins later, after I butted into her conversation again**

Her: “I’m STILL not talking to you! I am talking to MOMMY!”
Me: “You’re right. I’m sorry I interrupted.”

-While riding on the golf cart around town, she became upset with her 7 yr old brother…
Her: “DON’T mess up my hair, you little jerk.”

-Also while “helping” me wash the car…
Her: **jabbering non-stop**
Me: “Mmmmhmmm”
Her: “HEY! Are you even listening to me?!”
Me: “You sound just like your mother.”


Anonymous said...

I'm telling you, they never stop. I put The Girl (4) to bed, and 30 minutes later she's still laying in the dark just chattering way to herself, her stuffed animals, her dolls, the empty room. Maybe a ghost, though she doesn't pause in conversation like she's listening to a response. I'll chalk that up into the Win column.

Angie said...

For Joshua- Go listen to Samuel Jackson reading "Go the F*ck To Sleep"... always entertaining.

Ed, My favorite/most humiliating when my son was little.

Him- We had to tell the class about our Mom and Dad today.
Me- Did you say nice things about us?
Him- I told them you aren't fat.

Anonymous said...

Ha! I love it. Someone needs to keep you on your toes.

Coffeypot said...

Wait till she's 13.

Anonymous said...

hahaha. I adore your daughter and I don't need to meet her to do so. That is adorable. Gotta love a girl who knows what she wants, how she feels, and what her boundaries are! :)

WhisperingWriter said...

I think my daughter and your daughter could be friends.


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