Kids Say The Darndest Things
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Michelle, my comedically inclined two year old daughter, has her own catch phrase. To induce pure hilarity, she proudly exclaims "Stink My Butts". I don't know where this came from. It didn't come from her older brother who would never have adopted such a catch phrase for fear "butts" is
Five year old boys are all about good guys vs. bad guys. That's everything to them. Good fights evil in every facet of life, from TMNT to Spider-Man and Star Wars and even sports. Especially sports. Daddy: James, you're on the Red Sox. James: No way, they're the bad guys.
It's been a while since I've thrown something in the Kids Say the Darndest Things pot. Here's an exchange James and I shared last night. James: Daddy, what's 100 + 100? Daddy: 200! James: Nope... it's 2000. Daddy: 100 + 100 is 200. James: Actually, you're wrong. It's 2000. Daddy: Who told
Yesterday I shared a couple of conversations I had with my kids recently. Since this is all about me, I'm going to share a couple more. The kids love jokes, particularly knock-knock jokes, only two year old Michelle doesn't quite understand the need for a punch line. James: Knock, knock.
Kids say the darndest things. I love conversing with my kids because they're so brutally honest and unintentionally funny it's always entertaining. Periodically I'm going to share conversations I have with them. James is five and Michelle is two, and here's a discussion we had recently. James: My allegiance is