Just Heard Thursday – barely there edition
It’s Thursday again and we have been collecting some of the funny things we heard our kids say this week. We would also love to read about what your kids are saying too. We just get such a kick out of posts like these. Here is some of what made us smile this week:
Okay, so we barely made it on Thursday and we barely have any quotes, but they are good ones I think. At least they made me laugh! So here goes:
Heard at the table:
Caleb: “Hey Rylee, when I need to toot, this is what I do. I lift up my legs off the chair and let it go free. I like to let my toots go free.”
Rylee: (while gardening with her mama in the back) “Mama, I love to garden with you. I just love gardening so much. Look out Kyler, I am using my utensil to work the soil.”
Mama: “I love two things about that. I love that you love to garden. And I love that you say ‘utensil’ and ‘soil'”
A conversation while Caleb is in the tub:
Caleb: “Hey Dad.”
Daddy: (halting my walk down the hallway) “Yes?”
Caleb: “Look right here.” (pointing down toward his lap…making me a bit nervous as to what kind of conversation we were about to have)
Caleb: “Check this out. Look right here (pointing again).”
Caleb: “Did you see that!” (he exclaims immediately following a toot that he did on command creating a bubble that came up right where he was pointing).
Daddy: “Whoa…that is soo cool. Nice one.”
Mama: “Wow…farting on command at such a young age.”
Daddy: “Yet another proud moment in our house!”
Wow – – I think I know someone who would be super proud about all the farting and tooting on command…..yup, you guessed it, Papa 🙂 hahaha….wink, wink…..lol. I love our family!!!
Our sons were sharing a bedroom sleeping in a bunked bed. Oldest on top, youngest slept on the bottom. Our youngest was not allowed on his brother’s bed to honor his personal space. One day as I came up the stairs, our youngest about 6 years old at the time, was on the top bunk. “you know you are not to be on the top bunk, ” I said to him. “Yeah, but I didn’t hear you coming.” In my motherly wisdom I reminded him what we had been teaching the children that even if we parents could not hear or see the children, Jesus could always see what they are doing. My son’s response: “But I can’t hear Him either.”
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