On a trip to Disney’s Epcot park, William had napped so we decided to stay for the light show at the closing. It was December and raining, and the poor little guy was shivering all the way to the car. In the parking lot, when he finally saw our car, he started giggling. Wildly. By the time we got him and everything in, then started the engine, he was already asleep.
William- Age 19 months
In the car, at about 8 pm (tired kids) Charlie was having a tantrum because he wanted to ride in William’s seat. Hubby was in the other car driving on the same road to meet us home. William hates it when Daddy “wins” on the way home. He started to complain about it. Charlie promptly stopped his tantrum and asked William, full of concern, “What’s wrong, William?”
Charlie- Age 3
While playing in the backyard, William began to scream. I ran to find out why. Apparently he was stung on the leg by a wasp. After putting a baking soda paste on it, I offered him a cup of milk to drink. Still sobbing, he said, “I th-think…I w-would…prefer c-cereal.”
William- Age 5
Charlie was awake, talking to himself, so I went upstairs to get him out of bed. “Are you ready to go to the Y?” I asked.
“No,” he replied, lazily.
“Do you want to go downstairs?”
“Do you want your medicine?” He had an ear infection and was taking oral antibiotics for it.
Charlie finally jumped up in bed with a big smile, “Yes!”
Charlie- Age 3
What are some of the awesomely funny/sweet things your kids say and do?