Friday, December 6, 2013

Laugh of the Day


Youngest Daughter:   "Mom!  I am 150 mg/dl.  I knew it!  I think I am a side-kick!"

Me:  "Oh good number!  Wait, what do you mean that you are a side-kick?"

Youngest Daughter:  "Well, I knew the number so that means that I am a side-kick!"

Me:  "Oh, you mean a psychic?"

Youngest Daughter:  "A what?  Ha!  Ha! Ha!  No, mom.... geez, I mean a side-kick.  Your saying it wrong!  It is s-i-d-e-k-i-c-k!  A side-kick! Ha! Ha! Ha!  Hey sissy, mom doesn't know how to say side-kick! Ha! Ha! Ha!"

Giggling and shaking her head, she leaves the room with me futilely trying to explain while scratching my head in disbelief! 

Kinda reminds me of this clip from the movie, Frozen.  We apparently have our own little Olaf!

1 comment:

Marjorie said...

Gave me a good chuckle this morning. Reminds me of my littlest. She say "about" for "without". So it goes something like this. "I don't want to go to the store about daddy". Or "I want a sandwich about cheese". I keep correcting her and she keeps telling me I'm wrong!