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While tucking Carson (6 years old) in bed and reading him a story I noticed him feeling his armpits. I asked what he was doing and he, in turn, asked if there was any hair under there. I told him that he didn't have any yet, but when gets older he will get some. He continued and said, "Then I will be a man, but it feels like there is glitter in there."
(His new nickname is glitterpits)
Carson pulled out his folder from school and took out a piece of gum that he had gotten as a prize. After he walked away I noticed Luke (3 years old) over at the folder. He took something out, put it in his mouth, chewed it a few times, then spit it out. He said, "This doesn't taste very good." I wondered what kind of candy he could have tried that didn't taste good. So I look down at it a little closer and notice that he was eating a star shaped eraser.
Our dishwasher completely leaked all over our kitchen floor. Carson came in and asked what had happened. I told him our dishwasher just broke and I don't really know why. He responded by saying, "Maybe if you call the mechanic, he can help you. For real!"
The family and I were sitting at the kitchen table having breakfast. I was reading an article in the newspaper about the name change of the Sears tower in Chicago. Being that I am from the Chicago-land area I was outraged and voiced my offense out loud by saying, "They can't do that!" Luke looked at me not having a clue what I was talking about, but responded by saying, "I didn't do it."
Carson asked if I would get his "Dave & Busters" motorcycle out of the garage so he could ride it. I was very puzzled at his description and asked what a Dave & Buster motorcycle was and why he called it that. He pointed to the motorcycle in question. "Oh," I said, "You mean the Harley Davidson motorcycle?" He nodded his head in agreement while smiling and blushing at his mix up.
Here are a few "Luke" words he uses:
- black owls = black olives
- statues = pistachios
- pack pack = backpack
No matter where I am in the house, if the kids need me they yell for me - loud. Just the other day I was getting sick of the requests and questions and just wanted to sit down for a few minutes without any interruptions (heaven forbid!). And at that moment Taylor (11 years old) calls my name from the other room. I didn't answer initially thinking if I stay quite he'll think I left. But that didn't work and after 6 more "Mom"s" I had to respond. So I yelled back, "Mom's not here anymore." Taylor yells back (the clever little stinker), "Well tell her I'm leaving a message."