Sometimes things can be confusing when you’re growing up…
Have your children ever been confused with what you say??
Someone once told my oldest that his friend was being a butthead and he came home trying to bend over and sit on his own head in an attempt to figure out how one could be a butthead? 🙂 The kids have also misunderstood me and this has gotten me into trouble on more than one occasion! (http://embracingtheinsanity.wordpress.com/2012/03/09/mom-is-it-the-priest-holding-up-the-line-again/)
Ha Ha! That’s funny!
Hey you!!!! I’ve missed you, girl. ❤
Well, a few weeks ago when we got a new water heater, the repair man said "Man! There is a bunch of crap in here, that's why it's not draining right!!" So the guy walks out of the house to get something and Joshua (9) quietly asks my husband, with a disgusted and slightly frightened look, "Daddy, there's poop in the water heater?” LOL
Ha Ha Ha!!!!!!! That is so cute!
Hahahahahahahaha, only feet. That is awesome! Yes, we have confusion, but mostly just the kind that ends up with everybody glaring at each other for some reason.
Ha Ha! We have that too!
HA HA! That exact same response has happened in my house as well!
My 2 year old asked the other day where we were going and I said, “Nowhere.” He jumped up and down and said, “Yeah, we’re going to Nowhere!”
That is so funny!!
My daughter is having some trouble with math. My husband decided to go back to the basics a few days ago and asked her, “OK, what’s the difference between 5 and 6?”
She looked at him like he was a complete idiot and answered, “Papa…they’re different numbers!”
Ha Ha!! I love that!
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