Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Tiny Talk Tuesday




Traveling to my parent's house last week, Lydia recognized the roads to their house. From the back seat we heard, "Daher is the restaurant, Dat means we turn here."

She's turned into the 2nd backseat driver... telling me the other day to STOP when she saw an upcoming stoplight!

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Chris asked,"Why do girls sneeze like girls?"

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Chris goes tearing through the living room and then fell on his bottom.

Anna called out from the kitchen to him,"hahhaaa... Chris, did you slip on the bodies?"

It was one of those "what did she say?" moments... too funny:)

Check out more funny kiddos with Mary at Not Before 7:)

9 comments:

Jenilee said...

how cute! kids do say the cutest things!

Terra said...

Hahaha! That's funny. Love the one about slipping on the bodies!

Bea said...

I heard Anna knows where to turn to go to grandma's house too! the kids are so smart!! and funny! ;)

Jenny said...

Too funny! My daughter is a back seat driver too!

bekahcubed said...

That's a good question that Chris asked there. I hadn't thought about it until I read it, but why DO girls sneeze like girls? :-)

Jennifer said...

It doesn't get any better when they start backseat driving so early. We joke that we don't need a GPS because we have a GPR (Global Positioning Ryan) in the backseat. Trouble is, when he's correcting my directional deficit, he's usually right - and he does NOT let me forget that!

Bunch of Barrons said...

These always make me laugh out loud. So hilarious. :) *Did you slip on the bodies?!* Haha! And Merrick always says "WHOA!!!" if he thinks I'm stopping or starting too fast in the car. ;)

Mary@notbefore7 said...

We made those bodies :) How fun! Love when everyday life sounds hysterical when you stop and think about it.

And those girls...they run like girls, sneeze like girls, talk like girls...LOL

Hope all is well.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

We borrowed my sister's GPS for a trip and my son echoed the GPS the whole time.