5 year old to me: “Mom, what are those white things next to the elephant’s trumpet called?” Share8Pin1Tweet9 Shares
An almost empty lotion tube-necessary for the 5 million times I have to wash my hands every day. A piece to a game I was playing that morning with my 5 year old. This game: (It’s fun and hilarious, by the way.) The wrapper from the sticky part of the envelope I used to pay… Read More A Mom’s Pocket Contents–Otherwise known as Strange Sort of Photo Journalism for Parents
Us to kids: Listen, there are four of you. We expect to at least double our investment, so we expect at least 8 grandkids. We don’t care how you divide it up, but 8 it is. They completely and totally agreed! Sounds legal and binding to me! 😉 Dinner time conversations can get weird around… Read More Can we get that in writing?
4 year old daughter comes into my bedroom after I’ve tucked her in for the night. Me: Why are you out of bed? 4 year old: I have to talk to you. Me: What do you have to say? 4 year old *thinks for a minute*, leans closer to my face with her index finger… Read More Words of Wisdom
Questions in this category are: “Why is there a doll in the refrigerator?” “Why is there a plastic fork in the middle of the living room rug?” “Why is there a half-naked Barbie doll in the backyard?” “Why is there a booby trap across this door” “How is there lipstick on my antique crock” “Why… Read More Alex, I’d like to choose the “The Kids Did it for – $200, Please.”