Listening to Bob Seger singing "Night Moves" on XM the other day, Lauren asked, "Why does he keep saying "Guy-Fu"?" I guess "night moves" sounded like "guy-fu" to her.
Anna heard me telling Doug that I was worried Jacob might be getting cradle cap. "What's cradle crap?", she asked.
The girls were reciting a nursery rhyme the other day. It went like this: "Jack be numble, Jack be quick!".
We were discussing buying a new bed (headboard, footboard and frame). Anna asked, "Can it please be mine? I'm the only one without a head."
On the way to Monterey, Anna kept asking, "Where are we going again? Canada?"
Once we arrived in Monterey, Lauren started singing a song about being so happy to finally be in "Mon-te-pay".
In the hotel early Saturday morning Doug and I were talking about what we were going to do that day. Anna sat up in bed and said, "Could you guys please keep it down? I haven't had a dream yet and I'm trying to dream about mangoes."
Driving from Target back to our house, Lauren saw some construction work.
L: What's that for?
Me: They're building a new road.
A: So people can get to the pool easier. (The construction is right by the neighborhood pool.)
Me: Actually, they're building a bypass. Lincoln is too busy and this new road will route people around Lincoln.
A: God made too many people, right?
A: Does God make people or do people make people?
Me: God plays a big role in it.
A: And I thought Daddy put the bones in there.
L: Is Nandy with God? (Nandy is their great-grandfather who passed away a year ago.)
Me: Yes, he is.
A: I miss Nandy. He was a good fellow.Anna kept interrupting Lauren when she was trying to talk. Lauren yelled at her, "Anna, stop that! It's so fus-tur-ating!!"
Anna's class had to draw a picture and write a sentence about what they would do if they were elected to be President of the United States. Anna wrote, "If I were President, I would wear a sparkly dress and pick flowers."