I just thought I'd share some of the little gems I've collected over the years...
Oldest Daughter, age 10: "These cookies are too soft. It's kind of gross but wonderful at the same time."
My son at age 2: (Hands me the phone) Here, Mommy, make pizza!
Oldest Daughter, age 10: (Looks at my man, Jensen Ackles, on my Supernatural calendar) "He looks like my butt."
My son at age 7: "I don't like it when you come to school because all the boys think you're like, sexy and stuff. I don't like it."
My son at age 7: (After finding out we would not be attending his cousin's pool party) "Aw, man! I want to see the hot ladies!"
Oldest Daughter, at age 3-4: "Happy Honky Week!" (Hall-o-ween... I won't even tell you how she pronounced Santa Claus. It was downright vulgar.)
Youngest Daughter at age 5: (after just getting her immunizations and screaming her head off) "I died in there!"
CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN ME & MY KIDS:
Conversation with oldest daughter at age 4:
Daughter: Why are your boobies so little?
Me: I don't know. I guess I just got lucky.
Daughter: Grandma's aren't that little.
Me: They come in different sizes.
Daughter: Yeah, but yours are really little.
(Seriously, she is soooooo lucky I love her.)
Conversation with son at age 6
Me: Who's Autumn?
Son: One of my girlfriends.
Me: How many girlfriends do you have?
Son: Two or three.
Me: What are you doing with all these girlfriends?
Son: They think I'm cute.
Me: So? Why do you have to be their boyfriend?
Son: They chase me down.
As you can see, Youngest Daughter did not make it on this list much. She doesn't talk a whole lot, and when she does it's usually something along the lines of "You do it" or "Can I have a cookie?" She's still a barrel of laughs though. Just the looks she gives... She cracks people up.