11/10/12

Funnies from Red Chief and Tiger Lily


I'm pulling these off Facebook to make sure I don't lose them. Some days my kids keep me in stitches!

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November–December 2011 (Red Chief, age 5, and Tiger Lily, age 2)

Tiger Lily just prepared herself a snack: cheese crackers and chocolate chips drizzled with olive oil. Anyone hungry?

Tiger Lily: "Look, there's buttons in the car. Hi buttons! Mom, the buttons aren't talking to me."

Me: "We don't bite in this house."
Tiger Lily: "Oh. Me bite in the store."

Tiger Lily: "When I older, and I a boy, I go to kindergarten. When I go to school, I not miss you."

What do you do with salt? If you're Tiger Lily, you very quietly sprinkle it on the cat. Until it's all gone.

Me: "Red Chief, get your coat and backpack."
Red Chief: "Okay, Mom. I always follow your commands."

Tiger Lily: "Mommy, can you make normal porridge for breakfast?"
Me: "What kind of porridge is normal porridge?"
Tiger Lily: "The kind with no poison or cheese."

Red Chief: "The bigger my ears get, the better I can hear!"

Tiger Lily, in distress: "Mom, Mom, my pink shoes are missing!"
Me: "That's okay, why don't you wear your Elmo shoes?"
Tiger Lily: "But my dress is pink!"

Tiger Lily, crayon in hand: "Let's go get the cat, Red Chief. You can hold her and I will color her eyes."

Red Chief: "Mom, is Costco a city or a state?"

Red Chief–spelling: grbj can

4 comments:

  1. I love the spelling and the poison porridge comment. Ha!

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  2. Adorable.. Such a great idea to save these comments on your blog. The kids will LOVE to read them, when they get older.
    Thanks for sharing.. I really had to laugh at Tiger Lilly's comments about when she got older and went to kindergarden..ha

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  3. Annalise asked me to get her some more games. "And make sure they don't always say A is for Apple, because I already know that."

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  4. Oh they do keep you busy, and in stitches! Kaia always talked about when she was a boy also.

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