Friday, May 13, 2011

Mother-Son-Daddy Conversations

We are driving home from daycare.

"Zane, how was school today?" I ask, glancing in the rear view mirror.

"I don't spit." comes the answer from the back seat.

"That's great, but what did you do at school?" I try again.

"I don't spit." is the response.

"I am so glad, Zane." I keep at it. "Did you do anything fun at school today?"

"I don't spit." Zane is firm on his spitting behavior.

"Hey Zane! Did you go outside to play today?" Larry tries his turn.

"I don't spit," Zane replies. "I don't kick."

At least he is consistent.

NOTE: The post that I was going to make today was delayed by blogger being down. I am going to try and have it up for tomorrow instead! Thank you for your patience!


  1. that was adorable! Don't you just love when kids "bust" themselves??? lol

    I feel your pain with blogger......they screwed so many of us but thanks to them they gave me material for my blog today!
    Have a great weekend!

  2. Love it. I can just imagine the teacher saying, "repeat after me, I don't spit and I don't kick". That's what would prompt mine to answer this way. :)

  3. I see this as a succesful day at school. If my boy's only response is along the lines that he did not pick his nose or butt, we're all good.

  4. That is hilarious, my son is 2 and already says think like that!
    I love your blog and glad I found you through the weekend blog hop!
    Hope it's a wonderful weekend!


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