Friday, July 25, 2008

My daughter, the freakin' comedian

Last week, Girl Terror was dancing to a song on the stereo. Hubby told her it was played at our wedding. She looked at me in amazement, and said "It must be a really old song, then!"

Tonight at supper, we were talking about going to the swimming pool. Boy Terror was trying to explain that we don't own any ring shaped floatation devices, but what he ended up saying was "we don't have any of those round, floaty things." Girl Terror was confused. "Round floaty things? You mean, boobies?" Yes. That's what we use to keep us from drowning. Round, floaty boobies.

6 comments:

Fawn said...

Hi there! Your blog has me laughing out loud! :D We're still in the hospital, just waiting for the doc to come so that we can be discharged, so blog reading helps to pass the time.

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and for your message of encouragement. Ah, here comes the doctor, so it looks like we can get home soon. Hurray!

BTW, have you considered submitting your blog to Urban Yukon?

lauriekendrick said...

HA! Love that one.

Been thinking lately about having my now 49-year old "flotation devices" lifted.

Just not as buoyant as they used to be,ya know?

Happy Weekend,
LK

MorahMommy said...

LOL

That's so funny. I love the way our children think. They are without any discretion so they say exactly what they think and feel. Sometimes it can be embarrassing at the time, but when I look back it's hysterical.

We're so lucky we have them!

wendy said...

L O L
well if that's the case you and I will never have to worry about drowning!

yukonchatterbug said...

Ooo, reminds me of another camp story...ah, for another post. :)

AverageMom said...

Fawn: Hi! Best of luck to you and that little girl. Glad I could give you a giggle.
LK: Flotation devices occasionally need to be "pumped back up". Otherwise, you just can't depend on them!
Morah: It's true, once you have kids, nothing can embarass you again.
Wendy: No, I never, ever need to worry about drowning. Suffocating if I roll over, perhaps!