Sunday, August 22, 2010

Sunday Funnies: Making a Fishing Pole

I'm just learning how to knit.   This morning I was starting a project and our 2.5-year-old little guy was a bit intrigued.
T: "What are you doing, Mommy?"
Me: "I'm knitting."
T: Confused by the unfamiliar word, "What?"
Me: "I'm knitting."
T: Still trying to figure it all out and looking at the long needles and yarn, "You're making a fishing pole!" :)


A conversation earlier this week:
Me: "Yay!  We're going to start potty training!"
T: Smiling and excited, "We're going to ride a REAL train!"
Me: Momentary mental blip as I try to process why he is so excited about a train when I'm talking about ditching the diapers.  After replaying the conversation in my mind I realize that his idea of potty training and my idea are COMPLETELY different.  Apparently he thinks that "potty TRAIN-ing" involves riding on a train (presumably one with potties.) ;) 

As a fun twist on the concept we promised that once he is all done with diapers we will, in fact, all go on a train ride (which I'm sure will indeed involve checking out the facilities).  He thinks it is "very excited!"

2 comments:

  1. those are good ones! it's so funny how their little minds work :-)

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  2. lol...I love how kids think :0)

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