- I have poison ivy. Pretty much all over. It’s on my arms, legs, hands, and all along my jawline and now I am getting some spots on my face. So when Isaac asked me if the big red spot on my chin was poison ivy, it hurt a little to admit that no, it was a giant zit. But I can assure you that every other oozing bump on my body is, indeed, poison ivy.
- On our big trip to Tennessee last weekend, I called home to talk to the boys. I told Isaac that we were in another state. His shocked response? “You’re in outer space?!?!?”
- Lately if Isaac is pleased with something you are doing, he will say, “I’m going to turn you into one of my BEST friends!!”. He told me this the other day and I said, “well, you’re already one of my best friends!”. Then he sighed deeply and said, “my wish is true!!!!”.
- My husband is an Auburn football fan and the boys can identify Auburn paraphernalia when they see it. The boys know when Auburn is playing and Jason is watching them on TV. Matthew’s will actually sit with Jason and watch for a while, but Isaac isn’t that into it. But I took him to Piggly Wiggly on Sunday and he saw an Auburn helium balloon. After he pointed it out to me, the manager asked him if he liked Auburn. He said, “Oh yes, Auburn is one of my favorite TV shows!!!”.
- In the mornings lately, Matthew points out to me that he has crazy hair and he wants me to wet it and brush it. When we were out of town, I was talking to John (one of our friends who kept the boys) on the phone and Matthew started throwing a tantrum. John finally figured out that Matthew was wanting him to wet his hair and comb it!
- I’m totally fine with him saying his hair is crazy and wanting it combed. But when he looks up at me in the mirror and says, “you hair crazy, too, mama,” that kinda crosses the line. 🙂
- My sister is going to have her first baby! When I told the boys, Isaac asked if it was a boy or a girl. I said that we didn’t know yet. He said if it’s a boy, he thought it should be named Sis.
- When the boys get home from school, Isaac immediately forces us all to re-enact the entire school day. First circle time, weather watchers, someone has to do the calendar. Then saying the Pledge of Allegiance. I asked him to say it for me, and this is what he said, “Congratulations to the flag of the United States of America. And to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, individuals with libergins (?) and justice for all. And now a moment of silence……..Have a nice day!”
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