Convos with the Kiddos: Part Nine

Holy cow, it’s been over a YEAR since I’ve posted a Convos with the Kiddos post!  Can you believe that?  I couldn’t, but c’est vrai! So, you would think I have an entire year’s worth of gems, right?  Well, I have some, but I may have slacked off a bit on the collecting of data.  I know, I know, bad blogger.  No cookie. 

But, without further ado, I present to you my now 5 and 8 year olds and their bon mots of brilliance:

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5:  Anakin was a baby at one time.

Me:  Yes, I’m sure he was.

5:  Everyone’s a baby before they become a human.

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5:  I wish I was a grasshopper.

Me:  Why?

5:  Then I could jump over buildings and jump over the house.

Me:  What kind of crazy grasshoppers do that?

5:  All of them!

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5:  Do they have fireworks at a wedding?

Me:  Fireworks?

5:  Yeah, you know, fireworks that go off after they fall in love?

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Talking about smoke stacks:

5:  Those are the machines that make clouds!

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Preparing to go to a wedding and my kids see me in a very rarely worn dress:

5:  Wow mom, you look like a woman!

Me:  Um, ok.

5:  Or like a grandma!

Me:  No, let’s go with that first one.

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Me:  How’s dinner?

8:  Good.

5:  Not good.

Me:  Why not good?

5:  My tongue doesn’t fit in the spices.

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Me:  Hey, there’s one more carrot on your plate saying, “look at meeeeee.  Eat me!”

5:  ((giggling))

Me:  Don’t laugh at me!  That’s the carrot talking.

5:  Yeah, but he has a severe case of the hookabellies!

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Me:  Wow, you’ve really worked up an appetite playing baseball!

8:  Yeah, I’ve worked up an appetite and a drinkitite!

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Fall/Halloween Convos

On a hayride:

5:  A big fat rabbit would like this habitat!

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5:  Skeletons are almost like people except they don’t have blood and skin and all that.

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On Halloween morning:

5:  I wish I could fast forward my day!

Me:  To what part?

5:  To the part where I get treats!

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8:  If any monsters come in here, I’ll just toxicate them!

Me:  What’s toxicate mean?

8:  I don’t know, like making them toxic?

(I thought he said intoxicate at first.  That would have been quite the defensive move!)

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Bonus:  Convo with the hubs . . .

Trick or treating with my son’s baseball team and their parents, riding around on the back of a truck, wearing a Halloween mask:

Hubs:  I’m in a truck full of ladies with a rubber on my head.  I believe in safe trick or treating.

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17 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. icescreammama
    Mar 25, 2014 @ 08:52:23

    Jeez, what kids say. ha!

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  2. brickhousechick
    Mar 25, 2014 @ 08:54:48

    “You look like a woman”. HA,ha! That is great! I remember reading a story in Spanish to five 3 year-old little girls and in the middle of the story, one of them yelled out, “Maria, you look like a man!” Needless to stay I lost my place in the story and was speechless for quite a while. 🙂

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  3. Don't Quote Lily
    Mar 25, 2014 @ 10:58:02

    Lol, aren’t kids the greatest source of amusement? 🙂

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  4. bluzdude
    Mar 25, 2014 @ 11:32:44

    There should totally be fireworks at a wedding.

    Also, “Hookabellies?” What are they, prostitute’s tummies? And how would your son know about those?

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  5. Andrea @ Maybe It's Just Me
    Mar 25, 2014 @ 14:41:08

    Hookabellies!!!!!! Maybe THAT is what I have!

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  6. joannerambling
    Mar 25, 2014 @ 20:42:54

    I loved these I have a book in which I have things my grandchildren and Daemon have said to me over the years………..

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  7. Scott Oglesby
    Mar 26, 2014 @ 09:34:24

    My daughter used to argue that babies weren’t human until they reached the age of five. The fact that her little brother was three at the time had a little something to do with that.

    If you’re looking to up your inane, irreverent humor game and learn to write like a Douglas Adams or a Tom Robbins, just talk to your kids. They are brilliant!

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  8. Judah First
    Mar 26, 2014 @ 10:25:51

    Hilarious! You should put your children on the next “Kids say the Darndest Things” show with Bill Cosby!! 😀

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  9. Judah First
    Mar 26, 2014 @ 10:26:42

    P.S. One day I’ll have to blog about the comment my daughter made regarding our Swiss friend’s Speedo bathing trunks. I think I’m gonna have to get her permission first… 😉

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  10. pegoleg
    Mar 26, 2014 @ 14:09:10

    I had a severe case of the hookabellies last weekend after we tried a new Mexican place.

    Misty, what’s with all the Frenchification all over the place? Are you posting from Quebec? You’re a multi-lingual smartypants, vraiment?

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  11. Valentine Logar
    Mar 27, 2014 @ 07:51:13

    I think your children are quite brilliant, be careful they will soon have you running in circles.

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  12. The Cutter
    Mar 27, 2014 @ 08:21:25

    A human sized grasshopper probably would be able to jump over a house. Why isn’t science working on this?

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  13. Vesta Vayne
    Mar 30, 2014 @ 18:03:17

    Huh, there weren’t any fireworks at my wedding, I feel robbed.

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  14. flyingplatypi
    Mar 31, 2014 @ 18:10:34

    If I ever fall on love again, there HAD BETTER be fireworks!!!!

    Love your kids!

    Hugs!

    Valerie

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  15. Carrie - Cannibalistic Nerd
    Apr 01, 2014 @ 11:06:45

    Those are great! Yesterday my 5yo niece said she wanted some alone time with the boo boo on her finger and my almost three year old nephew wished my baby was a squirrel so he could feed her the acorn he found.

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  16. girlseule
    Apr 15, 2014 @ 17:50:01

    I love how kids have no filter!

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  17. liane {meraki geek}
    Apr 21, 2014 @ 20:26:37

    Hahaha! Hilarious. I wish I kept track of the stuff my kids say. Your post has inspired me.

    Reply

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