Wednesday, June 6, 2012

And Now, Deep Thoughts With Butch and Sundance...

"Whoa, whoa, whoa, put that cookie back. What do you mean if you burned down the swing set "hypothetically"..?"
Morning Readers,

     Before I head back out to the pool to do more in depth research about the intellectual, philosophical and fecal mattered climate in today's baby pools, I thought I'd share a few conversations with you I've had with Butch and Sundance this past week. If you're familiar with with my #Toddlerthoughts hashtag on the Facebook or the Twitter, then you know we're about to delve into the complex and mysterious. If you're not familiar with it, then you're lying because I just told you.

And now, conversations with Butch and Sundance...

Courtesy of Butch...

1.) Monday:

"Daddy at work?"
 "Yep."

Saturday:

"Daddy at work?"
"No, he's sleeping."
"Daddy at work?"
"No, Daddy just came down stairs."
"Daddy at work?"
"I can't help thinking we need to go over what that particular phrase means, again."

2.) "What are you doing in the cabinets?"

*Silence*

"I said, what do you think you're doing up there?"

*Stares me down while he stuffs chips in his mouth and reaches for the Pop tarts*

"I can see we're done here."

"Daddy at work?"

"No, Honey. Daddy's in a place that actually makes sense to normal people."

Courtesy of Sundance...

1.) "I poopy 'gains!"

"No, you're not."

"I not poopy."

2.) "Want shoes on."

"Ok, there you go."
"Want shoes off."
"Alright, there you go."
 "Want shoes on."

*sounds of slamming my head into the cabinet door*

"Mamma, you awight?"

"Yes, Honey. Mommy's just frustrated because she's not allowed to drink while she's pregnant."

3.) "Stop poking the dog with your sippy cup."

"You funny, Momma."

"I know I am. As you were."

Until Next Time, Readers!

27 comments:

  1. Roo (3) has started licking me. That is all.

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    1. Ahh! I haven't posted about that yet, but Sundance has decided that licking everything is a great way to see what it is..or to just gross me out...either or.

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  2. my favorite is "mommy's just frustrated because she's not allowed to drink while she's pregnant." love love love

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  3. "Stop poking the dog with your sippy cup"
    Time to put that on a T-shirt!

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    1. No kidding...I know every mom out there would look at it and just nod her understanding.

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  4. Enjoy these moments my friend.. Soon it will be
    "Where's my keys? Where's Sundance? Why is the car gone again? I'm gonna kill her." You can insert Butch's name here anytime also. Good times my friend.

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    1. Nope, nope, blocking that out. As long as they sleep past 8am when tey grow up, I'll be a happy camper.

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  5. You are one (or, I guess, right now one & a half) funny lady, my friend!!

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    1. Yes, I'd like to just assume the newest Kellerman is funny..I mean, how can it not be?...don't answer that.

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  6. I'm thinking I need to finish a short chap book I've titles "-isms" with all the crazy shit my daughter has said over the last few years.

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    1. Honestly, you should. I get a kick out of what other people's kids say because it makes me feel like I'm not slipping into some sort of alternate universe.

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  7. Dear Paige, truly how does anyone survive without a sense of humor? Without a sense of the ridiculous! Peace.

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    1. I'm not quite sure. I've spent a lot time wondering how people without a sense of humor make it through the day. Probably way Starbucks is so successful.

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  8. Um, where on the dog was that sippy cup being poked? ;D

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    1. Trust me, Debra, you're better off not knowing...:(

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  9. Lol! When the Hippie was little, I asked her how she was. She said, "I'm a lot like Daddy. I'm out working." this post made me smile with memories. I'm so glad the Zombie Elf and Doctor Jones are still little :)

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    1. Yeah, I'm not sure where they get this stuff....if we can just get down the meaning of "Daddy's at work," we'll be batting a thousand around here...:)

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  10. The shoe carousel! My God, the shoes! I'm going to be found in my mudroom, surrounded by mismatched toddler shoes and mumbling nonsensicals. Hilarious post.

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    1. Thank you! and yes, the shoes have about driven me out of my mind. I just finished rounding up 0 to 18 month shoes and stuffing them all into a plastic storage tub. It only took me two years.

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  11. I'm really laughing! I love that your kids recognize you are funny because you so are. I also love that you told your son STRAIGHT UP that you are upset because you can't drink while you're pregnant. Ha!

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    1. Kelley, this mama is hosting a margarita night in the hospital.

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  12. Hehehe, eventually you will get to drink again, and it will be much needed as these conversations will just get worse! ;)

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    1. No kidding...I need a Gin and Tonic stat, for real.

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  13. I'm pretty sure I'll now always find the phrase "daddy at work" hilarious.

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    1. I found it pretty funny when I thought they knew what it meant, but now I'm not so sure.

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  14. Thanks for linking this up over at #findingthefunny! I just noticed you did. :)

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