Me: That's the Bible.
Katie: Tells me so?
Tommy's standard answer to the question, "What do you want for breakfast?":
"A cinnamon waffle cut up in wittle pieces with syrup on the pwate and syrup on the waffle."
Every time I've asked him for about the last year and a half. He's a very specific child.
Last night at the dinner table:
Grace: Mama, why is there a bear on the Jungle Book movie when bears don't live in the jungle?
Me: I have no answer to that.
Today I'm getting everyone's Halloween costumes ready. I've informed the kids they are shopping in their own closets this year (again) because we have fifty dress-up outfits. I'm thinking of putting together a costume of my own for the first time in years. I'm going as laundry. Feel free to steal it. I'm cutting a hole in a dollar store laundry basket, putting it around my waist, filling it with laundry, and safety pinning socks and a dryer sheet to my shirt. I thought about adding fairy wings and going as the laundry fairy, a mythical creature that I am always alluding to at my house. Example: "Why are these clothes on the floor? Did you think the laundry fairy was going to come by and get them?"
Total cost for the costume: $1.00
Embarrassing myself at Bible Study tomorrow morning when I'm the only one who shows up in costume: priceless.