Root Flavors

Words of Wisdom from an 8 year old at dinner last night. Mommy had root beer to drink which the 8 year old had never had to drink before. The 8 year old asked if it was good, but was very reluctant to taste it from a teaspoon when offered.  After much coaxing she finally licked the spoon, smiled, and said: “Oh!  It actually tastes just like root beer suckers!”

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Wiggling Wonder

Words of Wisdom from an 8 year old while driving to dinner last night: “At first I thought my tooth was wiggly but then it was my arm that was wiggling.”

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Pig Meds

Words of Wisdom from a 7 year old after taking medicine this morning for an infection and asked by Daddy how it tastes: “It tastes like a pig. A stinky pig. It tastes like a really really stinky pig and a dirty pig.”

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Sherlock Holmes Depot

Words of Wisdom from a 7 year old at The Home Depot store after Mommy said “It’s elementary, my dear Watson” in explaining part of our latest home repair project to her: “Did you just call me Aunt Wanza?!?”

For those not in the know, our seven year old has a great aunt in Colorado named Wanza who she just met for the first time in May.  I found this photo on Aunt Wanza’s Facebook page.  Not of them “together” but a nice shot of Wanza and Kassidy in the same photo!

Wanza_Kassidy

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Freeway Driving

Words of Wisdom from a 7 year old discussing driving routes to Grandma’s house (Ohio Turnpike or Route 250): “There are 2 ways to Grandma’s house: the money way and the free way.”

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Funny Full

Words of Wisdom from a 7 year old after dinner when Mommy said she was so full it’s not even funny: “Then why are you laughing?”

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Stink Store

Words of Wisdom from a 7 year old after I teasingly told her I wasn’t going to take a shower before her and Mommy’s lunch appointment today: “You better not bring that stink into the American Girl Doll store!”

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Big Nose

Words of Wisdom from a seven year old after getting used to a rarely seen fully clean shaven Daddy: “It makes your nose look bigger.”

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First Grade Fantasy

Written Words of Wisdom from a seven year old in her early combo Valentine’s Day/Mother’s Day card: “I get a presint fore my mom! We eat a speshl dinr! We wathe some speshl moves!” “We wathe fanasey foot ball! I give evryone a gift! And I read evryone a story!”

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Shirt size

Words of Wisdom from a seven year old after learning that the sweatshirt Daddy wore to dinner tonight was from college: “Wow! And it still fits you!?”

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