Thursday, April 19, 2007

Things Heard in My Home (or Car)

I just wanted to share a little of my world with you all. These are just a few of the witty, random little things that come out of the mouths of my children. In no particular order:

Daughter's song: I don't want to be a chicken. I don't want to be a duck. Quack, quack.

Daughter: I'm a zooooommbie!

Son: Do you want to borrow my legs?

Daughter to Son: You are annoying me!

Son to daddy while daddy is driving:
What are you eating? Do you have gum? I want some gum! Can I have some gum?
"I don't have gum."
What is it then? Is it candy? I want some candy! Can I have some candy?
"I don't have candy."
What is it then? Is it a mint? I want a mint! Can I have a mint?
"I don't have a mint."
Is it pie? I want some pie! Can I have some pie? (Mr. T and I roll our eyes at each other and I try so hard not to laugh as Mr. T. tries to keep his cool.)
"I don't have pie."
What do you have?
"Nothing, Son! Back off!"
I kid you not. This exchange happened.

Son playing with sister: You be the mother and I'll be the teen-ager. "Hi, mom!" Further explanation to sister/mom: "Now I've got to get a girlfriend."

Daughter to me as we get ready to go to the store:
(Hand out to me, neck twisting) Give me money. Give me money now. I KNOW you have it. (I'm being held up by a munchkin.)
Me to Daughter: Get a job. Get a job NOW. I've got nuthin' for ya!

Son and Daughter watching Scooby-Doo:
Son - I'm Scooby Doo!; Daughter - "I'm Dafanee!" Son -"If you're Daphne, that means you're always gonna get caught."

Daughter when given a yummy marshmellow Peep, which she's never had before: Mommy. I can't eat the duckie!

Daughter to me:
I wish we could have a baby.
(Startled) Excuse me?
I wish we could have a baby.

So I can hold him. Do YOU want to have a baby, mommy?

Do you want to have a baby?
Sigh. I just don't know.

In case you forgot, she's 3. He's 7. Unless he's around her, then he's 4.

1 comment:

Looney Mom said...

LOL! It's hilarious the things come up with; "Do you want to borrow my legs?" -- that's great!