Well at least he didn't say she is big like my kids have said to me.
All his sentences made me laugh. Kimber's (simpler) sentences are all about horses, frogs, and flowers. Here we have destructive tornadoes and volcanoes. And we wonder why mom might get a few gray hairs... (haven't seen you with any, though... lookin' good for an 'old' lady).
Oh man! He is a crack up. I get the feeling that there's never a dull moment at your house.
I can't stop laughing. That was just too funny.
So... is that what I have to look forward to when I have children? Can't wait!
Actually, Erin, Zach has been politely suggesting that I go on 'The Biggest Loser' for quite some time now. When I think of the other possible adjectives he could have used like "stupid", "mean", or "crazy", the word "old" doesn't sound so bad anymore, right? Plus, he's 7. Anybody over the age of 8 is old to him! ;)Oh, and yes, Mindee, this is EXACTLY what you have to look forward to! I'll bet you can hardly wait!!
Natalie, Hilarious! You and your kids, too funny!
Oh my goodness that has to be the funniest thing ever. Caitlin has never flat out told me I was old, but whenever she draws a picture of me she makes sure my age is written directly over my head. Nice.
ah! sweet! someday he will grow up and move away and you will miss him and he will call and tell you his 7 year old said he has stinky breath or something and you will laugh and laugh and laugh and laugh and laugh...it will feel sooooo good to laugh that day!
I know how you feel! Jacob does similar things in school. Sometimes I wonder how second grade teacher ever keep straight faces!
Truth hard to swallow, old lady?
He cracks me up! I laughed right out loud.
That's so cute!
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