The South

Where tea is sweet and accents are sweeter; summer starts in April; front porches are wide and words are long; macaroni and cheese is a vegetable; pecan pie is a staple; Y’all is the only proper pronoun; chicken is fried and biscuits come with gravy; everything is darling and someone is always getting their heart blessed. -unknown

Friday, April 24, 2009

I can't forget Brooks

In the past I have put some funny things on here that the children say, and more and more it has become funny things that Reese says. Naturally because he is 2, the statements he makes are funnier. However, in the past two days Brooks has made me laugh out loud quite a bit.

B: "Mom, what is one million plus one hundred?"
Me: "What do you think?"
B: " thousand."

B: "Friend (name withheld) at school got his car moved to red today."
Me: "Oh my, that is awful. What did he do?"
B: "He said a bad word to his friend. He said the "S" word and then he said the "P" word, the "D" word and the "O" word."
(I didn't ask what these words were. The "S" word was probably "stupid". I can only imagine what the "O" word was.)

And then today, he and Reese were playing like they were my mother's dogs. They were jumping around and barking etc.

B: "Reese, sometimes Chou-Chou would play with Dolly like this."

Everyone please picture in your head what a male dog sometimes will do to a female dog for fun. That is what Brooks was about to do to Reese when we stopped it. I could not look at my parents for awhile after that.


Kristi said...

Love the dog story... especially because I know the kids and the dogs!

Emmy said...

When you live around animals....we came home one afternoon when Kirk was little and a cow and a bull were doing what they do for fun. Kirk said,"Why are they fighting?"

Chad said...

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA......I'm sorry, but for some reason I just can't quit laughing about this. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA