Tag Archives: Kids

MORE WISDOM FROM A SIX-YEAR-OLD

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“This is my fun side,” my son said, pointing to the left half of his face.  And then after pointing to his right, he says, “And this is my bad side.”

Um, I’m noticing he’s not saying anything about a “good” side.

THOUGHTS OF A SIX-YEAR-OLD

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My six-year-old: “Mom, how come you have parents when you and Dad already are parents?”
Me: “Well, we were your age once. And parents are still parents, even after their kids grow up.” And then I started to go into how he also had aunts and uncles. And cousins.
Nathan just shakes his head. “Mom, you’re really starting to freak me out.”

MORE TALES FROM A WEEK OF SNOW DAYS

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The kids are fussing at one another.  They’ve graduated from, “Stop looking at me!” to “You’re on my half of the couch!” to “Hey!  Stop breathing my air!”

Ah, siblings.

TALES FROM A WEEK OF SNOW DAYS

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My six-year-old just wrapped his bedspread around him and took over running through the house yelling, “i’M BATMAN!”