We still write down some of the the things the kids say that make us laugh out loud. Here’s a few:
Beckham: A lot of people get married in May. I’m not going to get married in May. I’m going to get married on the day after Christmas so there are hot deals for my anniversary!
Beckham had an older boy named Sam pour into him when he was little, and he passes that on. Sam taught him how to be patient and kind and super fun with littler kids.
Beckham: I have two followers, I’m like Jesus.
Laura: You know Jesus had more than that, right?
Beckham: Yeah, I need 10 more.
Brian: I’m still listening, I’m just walking away until I can’t hear you anymore.
Listening to “Last Christmas I gave you my heart”
Boo: I don’t get why she gave them her heart. Who would want a heart sitting in their house?
On Sundays we have “Lord’s Day Breakfast” meaning the kids get to eat what ever they want.
SP one Sunday apparently had very expectations: Is ice cream the best we can do?
We walked into the Target book aisle:
SP: is this like a book fair?
Me: We only need 5
Boo: Let’s get 10!
Berkley, “On the list of foods bad for cats, it doesn’t say lollipops!”
SP for the most part has it all together. Except she loses things.
Brian: You could play the piccolo in the marching band so you don’t have to carry something heavy,
SP: I need a tuba so I don’t lose it.
Berkley: Mom do you have any water? I’m drying out.
Also Berkley: Who wants to be a pony so I can get free pony rides?
Talking about naturally straight or wavy
Boo: My hair is naturally tangly.
Berkley “mom you aren’t coming with us.”
Brian “she’s coming with us, don’t worry, we’ll still have fun though.”
Boo: Dad, yesterday I couldn’t jump rope but today it just came to me
Brian: ohh! How many can you do?
Boo: like a thousand.
Brian: how many have you counted you can do?