When I was putting Aaron to bed, he started telling me all of the things he learned in school about the US Treasury. “They make and spend money. And did you know they have their own money printer? It’s like our printer but it prints only money. Real money. That you can spend. And everyone wishes they had that money printer – it’s worth a googleplex dollars, that’s a number with a thousand zeroes. It’s really valuable. I wish I had that printer.”
I am not sure he breathed between any of those sentences.
Then Camryn had her own gem. “Mommy, why do girls have boobies, but boys only have nibbles?”
That one I had no answer for, but I didn’t correct her because I thought it was hysterical that she said nibbles.
Have your kids said anything lately that just cracks you up?