Tuesday, August 01, 2006

You Can't Make This Stuff Up

I just went in to get the boys out of their cribs from their nap. P was sucking/chewing on something, so I said, "P, what is in your mouth?"

He looked at me and said, "A dirty rock."

"A dirty rock? Spit that out."

I put my hand out and he obediently spit out a BOOGER.

Nice.

11 comments:

Karen said...

That is too funny!

Renee said...

Oh my goodness. Kids come up with the funniest things! Glad you're writing them down.

BooMama said...

Oh yes ma'am.

Welcome to life with toddlers.

:-)

Tammy said...

Funny! :)
OK, please, please come on over and scroll down to read my "Breakfast time" post. That's all I'm going to say! ;)

Addie said...

Oh. wow. Blegh!

Teresa said...

That is hilarious. It's pretty much life as we all know it!

Jen3 @ Amazing Trips said...

Oh, I just can't wait 'til mine are talking more ... the things that they say!! Dirty rock - is that what they're called these days?? :)

You're right. You CAN'T make this stuff up. Even if you tried, it wouldn't be nearly as funny!

Perri said...

I am so going to enjoy the next few years reading about all the adventures you are going to have!

Paulette said...

LoL ewwww gross, I am so visual, but hey I would still give that precious baby a kiss.
I am so in awe at the life you have even midst the great responsibility, and from what I see you are the best suited for it! God is so gracious to have let you have it and I am glad he did!!!

keri said...

ha ha ha ha ha ha!!! you gotta love 2 year olds.

Sarah's In the Midst of It said...

If it makes you feel any better, last night I wiped off what I thought was a booger (I can hardly type that wordm it's so gross.) from the side of the bathroom cabinet. Later on, I found out through a muffled confession that it was not, in fact, a booger. It was poo. And somehow despite the fact that I change two sets of diapers each day, the poo from a child who's potty-trained is just much, much worse. Especially when it's on my white cabinet. Yuck. It is as Boomama said--the wonderful world of toddlers. :)