I'm always jotting down funny things the kids say. Or ridiculous things Kris and I say that we never imagined we'd ever say in those blissfully ignorant days before children. Here are a few recent favorites:
"Well, yes, actually I do sometimes let her pee outside. But she has to come inside to poop."
--me to my
B: "I remember being in mommy's belly."
Kris: "Was there a TV in there?"
Kris: "Was there a refrigerator?"
B: "There's not a frigerator in mommy's tummy."
Kris: "What's in there?"
B: "There's me and Miles and Belle. My room was pink. I was sleeping in mommy's belly."
Kris: "Was it crowded?"
"Miles doesn't need to talk. He'll talk someday when he's a big girl."
-B to the pediatrician
"We don't leave the house without panties. It's a new rule."
"No, you can't take another bath. You took two baths today already."
-Me to B (our water-loving toddler)
"Eating green noodles will help me feel better."