Saturday, March 18, 2006

Occupation questions and answers

Today Carson wanted to eat a piece of bread. I know - really exciting, but that's what he was hungry for - a plain piece of bread! So he starts to climb the counter to get himself some bread and grabs an old loaf that I am sure had some mold growing on it. I took it from him and said, "You don't want to eat that bread, it has mold on it." So he asks if he can have a different piece of bread. I get out a piece of white bread and hand it to him. He looks at it and says, "This one doesn't have any moles on it." What a nut!

Yesterday I was having a conversation with Carson about different occupations and what people do. I was curious to see what he thought so here are a few of his replies.
  • What does the president do?

Carson's answer: "He opens up a present."

  • What does a fireman do?

Carson's answer: "He works really hard."

  • What does a veterinarian do?

Carson's answer: "He pets stuff."

  • What does Daddy do at work?

Carson's answer: "He writes stuff down."

  • What do you want to be when you grow up?

Carson's answer: "A paint man."

  • What does a nurse do?

Carson's answer: "They pick our noses." (I think he was getting silly at this point and possibly sick of me asking him too many questions!)

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