My son is a total smart a-word.
He is my loviest boy, but he also never stops talking. This leads to him saying some unfortunate things.
Me: "Stop flinging that toy around in the backseat, you are going to hurt your sissy."
O: "You just drive, okay mom?"
Me: "It's time to go to school honey." He was standing in the doorway of the playroom.
O: "No way mom." Slams door in my face.
They had built a huge pile of towels to jump into from the couch.
Me: "That looks fun!"
O: "Sorry mom, you too big."
Me: "As soon as this baby comes out, I'm going to have some booze."
O: "No you not have boons mommy! You don't have that!"
Peanut; "No you not, bones are for doggy's."
O: "Yeah, bones for doggy's"
I was in the shower and Osh man came up to check it out.
O: "Mommy, you in the shower?"
Me: "Yes I am." I turned off the water and opened the shower door. He picked up my towel and handed it to me.
O: "Here your white towel Mom. Dry your boobies, okay?"
He was running around smacking a hanger as hard as he could into the couch. I told him to stop that right now, put it down, it is not safe to do that.
O: "I not mack this okay? I put it down. I not mack it."
Me: "Thank you honey."
I walked upstairs, heard the hanger hit the couch again and him yell "MACK!" and him and his partner in crime laughing loudly.
I'm so screwed.
A few weeks back we embarked on a new activity that the nuggets and myself have never tried before . . . the drive in movie!
There were a lot of awesome parts:
1. Our whole car went in for $20. They were showing Ice Age and Dark Knight Rises. Two movies, four people, $20? Awesome!
2. We packed a picnic for dinner and snacks of our own. And by packed a picnic I mean we drove through Sonic. Cherry limeade anyone? We pulled out a big blanket and ate and hung out while waiting for the movie. Even though we brought our own stuff, they had popcorn there, made with REAL butter. REAL. Yummo.
3. There was a playground that the kids could play on before the movie started and lots of rocks in the parking lot for Osh man to throw.
Now comes the parenting fail:
Ice Age Meltdown or whatever the heck it's called was first but didn't start until 9:00 when it's dark (the weather was beautiful also, hello luckies). The twins loved the movie and thought it was super funny. They were so tired we laid them down to sleep and they began drifting off. They woke up immediately as soon as our movie started and watched a good chunk of Dark Knight Rises. Definitely not age appropriate at all. It's better than a lot of things we watch after they go to bed but still. In my defense, we had a plan that we would put them in the car with blankies and they could watch Shrek on the car DVD players, but Hubby was in charge of that and he was too lazy. Yeah . . . .
I realize upon reading through this that you probably think I am a 900 lb. person between the real butter popcorn, snacks, Cherry limeade's and Sonic grilled cheese. I can truly say that I am as surprised as you are that I am in fact normal sized (although I could afford to lose a few pounds). Mama loves food!
Also, I would like to add that I have made comments on a bunch of your blogs, but I can't read those damn "prove your not a robot" things and I try again and again and it eventually just doesn't let me comment! I'm sorry, I tried!