Friday, December 7, 2012

A Story As Told By..

Last night, we attended a Christmas program at The Kid's school. Part of the program was base on literacy and the kids had to write stories about their parents. This is what he wrote about his mom and dad......

-She is small.. (thank you, extra dollar allowance)

-She see's lots of birds (no clue)

-She can't find her boots. (hmmm)

-She tries to swing. (he knows I am not athletic obviously)

-She is cute and slapiy. (again, no clue. when i asked he said he can't read it)

-She feels like poo.

Yes, that's right. My kid wrote for the whole world to see that his mom feels like poo. I looked at him and said, "what an imagination you have." His teacher then intervened and said, "maybe he wrote that on a day you didn't feel well." I wanted to say, "do you think that I am just a total whackadoodle now? And I won't even tell you what he wrote about his dad. Okay, I will.

-Dad is strong.

-His back hurts.

-He cannot get up.

-It is unbowelable.

-He is not happy.

I don't feel so bad. Talking to his little friend who is from England's mom, he wrote, his dad was the devil. 

So there you have it, from one seven year old kid, to the whole world, thank you for announcing that your parents are apparently total whack jobs. But I do find this somewhat humorous.

Good gawd people, Happy Friday. 

Dusty

22 comments:

  1. Kids are amazing, huh? And we never know what they are thinking most of the time, but it's usually good. If only sometimes we could see ourselves like they do....:)

    xoxo

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  2. My 4 year old told me yesterday that I am superlicious! Not sure what he meant butI am taking it as a compliment! My kid is always making up his own words. Confusing, but funny!

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  3. hahaha this is cute, I mean I wonder what my kids (if I had them) would say about me. Probably very bad things- it could be worse!

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  4. Just go with the small and cute!! :-)

    Jayme @ Her Late Night Cravings

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  5. kids, Lol, they truly do say the darn'dest things. I like that he said you "try" to swing. Simon Cowell keeps calling CeeCee Fry a "tryer" on the XFactor and it's my new thing. "Well, at least she's a "tryer"" ;)
    happy friday lady! XO

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  6. Oh my goodness graciousness...kids these days. At least you're not the unbowelable....or the devil! Happy freaking Friday! LOVE YOU!

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  7. Haha kids! I think what is the most important to take away from this is that 1. you are small and cute and 2. no one in your family is the devil. Ha. Hope you have a great weekend! :)

    xo, Yi-chia

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  8. Ian better not be talking about those Hunters!!! This seriously made made day. At least he didn't talk about your hemmies. ;)

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  9. i love that kid.
    and where are your boots? haha

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  10. Where are your boots? :) Your kid is great, I love that he couldn't read his own writing, but I do wonder too what he was trying to say. I think he's got his mama's humor! Hope you have a great weekend friend! Love ya!

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  12. Out of the mouth of the babe's!! Hysterical. When i was a kid i had to draw a picture of my mom of how she was that day. It just so happened that she yelled at me that morning so i drew her with fangs. Too funny!

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  13. This was really cute...kids are funny and perceptive. Now, the kid who said his dad was the devil...LMAO! Just wow!!! LOL!

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  14. This just gave me a good laugh here at work. ;)

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  15. HAHAHA (pause to take a breath) HAHAHA!!!! This had me snarfing. Thank you, that was awesome.

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  16. Which boots did you lose?!?

    Make sure you save this one forever and ever.

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  17. Oh man... that's the thing about kids, they have zero filters. At least he did have some wonderful things to say about you.

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  18. I love that kids will say what ever is on their minds. And he called you cute. Melt my heart!

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  19. Hahahaha so funny. Was the devil dad there lol

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  20. Haha this sounds like the type of assignment that shouldn't have been read for the whole school. At least it can be chalked up to kids say the darndest things! I definitely got a giggle! Better to not be the devil parents. Teehee

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