I just think that things my kids say are great.
On Tuesday the local elementary school had a mock election for the kids. I picked up from school and as each kid got in the car I asked if they voted and if so, who did they vote for. This is how it went:
Mom: Kylie, who did you vote for?
Kylie: John McCain. He won at our school.
Mom: Jacob, who did you vote for?
Mom: Awesome! He always has my vote!
Later, after the announcement that Obama won...
Kylie: Oh, no mom. I have an idea. We can add the votes from my school and then McCain would win.
Mom: That's a great thought, but not how it works.
Yesterday I was taking Jacob to school. Somedays I am just running slower than others. Yesterday was just such a day. I still had my PJ pants on- pink with white clouds. I did have a bra on, horray for me! On the way to the school this is how things went down:
Jacob: Mom, you can stay in the car.
Mom: Okay, thanks son.
Jacob: You still have your funny pants on and I don't want anyone to make fun of you.
Mom: That's so thoughtful of you.
A couple of days ago in the car:
Britin: Mom, you give me gum.
Mom: When we get home, I don't have any in the car.
Britin: I love you mom.
Mom: Do you love me, or just love that I give you gum?
Britin: I love you, but you need to give me gum for my birthday.
Theme song for today: Rainbow Connection by Kermit the Frog.