mine... "you're the prettiest mom in the world." gah, love them!
I told him last night that he is the best, he said "You're better" and he is a teenager!!!
Well he's not my kid, he's my roommates kid. He's 5 and adorable. Well, he heard us saying "C U Next Tuesday" to each other, and now he says that to me every time I leave the house, LOL. I wonder if he'll ever find out what it actually means.
this is from 2008... I will always love this story:
So, today started off quite interesting. As usual, I was a pack mule leaving the house being laden with my bag, purse, book, and some fruit along with carrying the youngest minion (who, at 8 months, has been out of the infant carrier for almost a month now) - and the oldest minion was carrying the bag that goes to day care. The back deck that we have to cross to get from the house to the garage was covered in a thin layer of frost. I told the older boy it was slippery, and had him walk ahead of me. He gets down the stairs and to the sidewalk with no problem.
The next thing I know, my foot is sliding off the stairs and I am trying desperately to not drop the baby or land on him as I fall. The little guy unfortunately hits his head on the post of the deck, not hard but enough to startle him and he starts crying. As I get up, I check the baby to make sure he's okay, and what does my older boy do? No, he doesn't ask if his brother is okay... he doesn't ask if Mommy is okay...
"Mommy, you dropped your banana!" he says. Then he proceeds to run over to the banana. "Are you okay banana?" He then checks it to make sure it's not broken, and puts it back in my purse. "The banana is okay, Mommy."
Needless to say, I had a hard time controlling my laughter even though I was concerned about the baby.
And as a final note - the banana is fine, my posterior is growing what I'm sure will be a lovely purple bruise, and the baby felt good enough a few minutes later when I dropped him off at daycare to headbutt me in the teeth without a peep after the fact.
"Mommy when you get old I promise to wipe your butt just like you did mine"
I still chuckle everytime I think about it.
Don't have a kid, but my 3 year old little cousin got Smarties during the 4th of July. He ate some and asked my grandma
"Ask me a math question. These will make me smart"
(Throws them over his shoulder) "Well these don't work."
He says things like that all the time. I'm convinced he's going to grow up to be a writer for SNL.
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