Friday, November 13, 2009

Quote Time

Pictures coming soon I promise--and yes, those ARE scissors! Natalie took this picture and I just saw it as I was taking them off our camera. Yikes!
Here's the latest out of the mouths of my babes...

Blake brought me a ripped piece of paper apparently wanting me to fix it. When I didn't respond, he thought a minute and said, "new batteries please!"

In the car the other day, Natalie said, "I want to be a steam eater when I get bigger." I kept asking questions trying to figure it out she was talking about. Finally she said, "You know, a steam eater, at Penn State, in the stadium." "Oh, a cheerleader?" "Yeah, that's what I said."

I pulled a carton of ice cream out of the freezer and Blake exclaimed, "Cake!!" Guess he doesn't get much ice cream at home and has gone to a lot of birthday parties lately! :)

Natalie and Blake were poking each other's eyes with their fingers (no idea why....) and I explained they could really hurt their eyes, they could even go blind! Natalie, not phased at all said, "That's okay, we'll just yell out 'Jesus! Jesus! Come save us!' and he'll come heal our eyes for us." Guess she's getting the Bible stories we read. :)

"Cindy's making clues!" (our neighbor making tracks in the snow in the driveway--from Blue's Clues)

Blake: "mash mato head" (Mr. Potato Head)
"cuh-wocs" (Crocs)
"bees yightyar" (buzz lightyear)
"Here not, here me come!" (playing hide and seek)
"This good Mom! This good!" (when we were trick or treating)
"Love you!" (he says this out of blue... and often... I love it. :)

Me: What were you doing upstairs?
Natalie: Oh, just putting my kids to bed.

Natalie: "Hallelujah, thine the glory. Hallelujah, AW MAN!"

We cleaned out some closets today and I was going to see if my neighbor had any use for some of the things before I gave them to the thrift shop. Natalie saw a potpourri candle thing and asked what it was for. I told her it makes your house smell good. "Does Cindy's house smell bad?"

1 comment:

katherine said...

This made me laugh a lot. The funny thing is... jesus totally would save them. Faith like a child. You're raising those kids right.