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Monday, October 6, 2008

Dinner Conversation

Michael and James were volunteering at the local homeless shelter during dinner and so I was on my own with Isaac, Henry, and Margaret. Here's a peek into our 20 minute conversation:

"Are all holidays mean to you getting stuff?
"Can you take off your thumb?
"Can you have a cut as big as a raindrop?"
"Ahhhhh. Ahhhh"
"Good thing it's not windy in here like a tornado!"
"If God is three people, what is he right now?"
"Is our Margaret the Margaret?"
"How do you make soda explode?"
"Do you wish every day was a holiday?"
"I remember when we went to that baby thing and the cutest baby was supposed to win and the cutest baby didn't winned!"
"How do you make orange?"
"Ahhhhhhh. Ahhhhhhhh."
"Calazones are better than Mac 'n cheese."
"When you see stuff in a catalog for you baby to buy then you need a list."
"Who broke all these green beans?"
"I have to get up and open and shut the cupboard door."
"I need water that is part cold and part not cold."
"Ahhhhhh. Ahhhhhhh."
"If you want to buy something that is 'spensive then you can use the money in my piggy bank."

2 comments:

Angela said...

There are times when you wish you had a tape recorder so that you could remember these conversations forever!

Katherine T. Lauer said...

And husbands have to wonder why we stay-at-home mothers are so desperate for adult interaction? (Very cute conversation pieces, though.)