Great lines from young minds.


“I love you, Mommy. I take good care of you.” Lucy, 4

“You know what today is mom? TGIF, Ta Ta For Now!” Charlie, 5

Dad: “Do you think you would like to play an instrument some day?” Gemma, 6: “Yeah.” “How about a cello?” Gemma, laughing, “Noooo, that’s silly! You can’t play a jello!”

“Mom, when I grow up I’m going to marry Luke Skywalker, and I’ll be Princess Leia.” Abigail, 3

Me: hey you guys! A NEW Jake and the Pirates Disney show! Do you want to watch it?
Five-year-old son: Mom. We watched it already. We watched it a really really long time ago in 2010. It’s now 2011. Annie, mother of 3

Woke up to, “WAKE UP, GIRLFRIEND!”…from my 3-year-old son. Anne, mother of 2

Sophia, 3.5 : “Whatcha doin?” Me: “Making popcorn.” Sophia: “Well, you can’t do that, not right now.” Me: “Why not?” Sophia: “Because I’m eating—you can’t have popcorn without me … ever!” Kevin, father of 2

My three-year-old burped at the table. I said to her, “What do you say?” She responded, “Thank you.” Betsy, mother of 3

My seven-year-old son decided to test his new reading skills by picking up the Bible. I didn’t think too much of this, figuring he wouldn’t get far, but then he came waltzing up to me asking, “Mom, what’s foreskin?” Flo, mother of 3

3 responses »

  1. You know those long thin pillows you use under a door to keep the drafts out? My 4 year old was confused, and wanted to know why we didn’t WANT the giraffes to come in…

    Maybe it’s the southern accent. Get it? Drafts, Giraffes?


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