It certainly has been a long time since we did one of these. There has been no lack of random, ridiculous and silly things said here; I have just not kept up with writing them down. Every time I’ve thought of writing them here, I’ve stopped because there have been so many I’ve missed. But here we go again, if for no other reason than to get back in the saddle again.
I’m afraid with one exception, this might be a solo Gracie routine.
As we pulled into the parking lot for our pediatrician’s office, one of the girls asked, “Will we have to sit on the sick side today?”
“Yes,” I replied, “we’ll have to sit on the sick side.”
Gracie: “I want to sit on the seven side!”
No joke. The next time we pulled into that same parking lot, the girls again asked which side we would be on.
“We’ll be on the well side.” I answered.
Gracie: “The twelve side?”
On the way home from church tonight, Gracie began out of nowhere, “Mommy, octopuses have soooo many legs! Like soooo much legs! Not one… not two… not three, but like zwewo legs!”
Sometimes the funniest comments come from a misunderstanding. Paul had returned from work one day, and everyone was hustling and bustling around him. He causes quite a commotion among the girls when he walks through the door. He was standing in the doorway of the kitchen talking to me when he asked the girls, “Guess what I had for lunch today?”
Simultaneously, Sophia began crawling in the cabinet right by his feet. (it’s their car they use to get everywhere) = )
Paul looked down and said, “Sophia…”
She scampered out of the cabinet with a giggle, “You didn’t have Sophia for lunch!!”
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