Category Archives: Conversations

because I don’t want to forget….

On the way to take Monkey from school to Rob’s work, he said, “Today I accidently had a great example of cause and effect.” The cause was I spilled some chocolate milk on me. The effect was I smelled like … Continue reading

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Funny things my kids say…

While discussing the fact we’ll get to eat lobster on the cruise, Teenager says, “I’m not sure I like crustaceans!” I laughed for 5 minutes straight after that. Source: lobsteranywhere.com via MagnoliaMom on Pinterest

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Mom (and Dad) did good

“A few really good presents is better than a lot of presents. You actually did really good on my presents, Mom.” -Monkey

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The Power of Cookie Crisp!

Source: en.wikipedia.org via Magnolia Mom on Pinterest “For some reason these Cookie Crisp wake me up and make me want to go to school. Before I ate I was sluggish and just wanted to go back to sleep and now … Continue reading

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meal from the jaws of death

“I feel like I snatched a meal from the jaws of death!” – rob (July 11, 2011) This was after he made dinner one night with some food that was past it’s expiration date.

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My blond moment #245

So one of my lovely coworkers, Mrs. Deb, was mentioning that her dryer wasn’t working right. I, while listening to her was also concentrating on something else, and so my response? “Oh your hair dryer?” She laughed so hard and … Continue reading

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Conversations with Monkey

Me: Hey babe, can you get me a diet coke? Monkey: Sure Mom, I’ll get you a dieing coke! Monkey: Mom, I know a secret. Me: Someone told you a secret? Monkey: No I have a secret. Me: Oh, is … Continue reading

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More energy with age?

“Maybe now that I’m 14, I don’t get tired. -Teenager (He says this after saying he’s got so much energy and can’t believe he’s not tired after staying up so late). If only this was true; that the older we … Continue reading

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Conversation

So while at K-mart shopping for a birthday gift for a classmate of Monkey’s…We’ve picked out the gift just had to get her a card since he instisted on it! Here’s the conversation that took place: Monkey: Mom, I gotta … Continue reading

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Conversation

On the way to playgroup the other day, this was the conversation that ensued: MB: Mom, I know babies come out of their mom’s tummies, but how do they get out? Me: (*Thinking* Oh geez. Why is he asking me … Continue reading

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today after coming back from a bike ride to a new friend’s house…

9 year old: Mom, I’m getting more popular since I’m hanging out with Parker. Gosh I remember when he didn’t know what popular meant.

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Quote of the night from the 9 year old…

“I think I’m growing hair in my armpits (big grin)!”

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Subject: Farts & Butts

TV Boy and I were headed to Hobby Lobby this evening to get stuff for his Pinewood Derby car. All of a sudden it wreaked of 9 year old gas! Him: *sniff-sniff-sniff*, What’s that smell? Me: *Chuckle, while rolling down … Continue reading

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Kid Quote of the Day #1

“Mom, your foot is squooshy.”

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Proof my child watches too much TV

One night Mr. Mag and I were deciding what to eat. He suggested that we get something from Subway. TV Boy replied by saying, “Eat fresh!” Mr. Mag and I looked at each other and cracked up. tags: subway, kids … Continue reading

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Didn’t you know?

I’m a super hero. Everytime my eight year old sees my computer on a page that says “Magnolia Mom” he says “Mag-NOL-ya Mom” the super hero. I seriously need to record him saying it, because just telling you this doesn’t … Continue reading

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While Driving with my 2 year old…

There was a really good song that came on the radio so I turned it up a little. 2 yo: thwots wong, mommy? (what’s wrong, mommy?) me: what? 2 yo: TB up? (TV up?) me: Nooo, that’s the ray-dee-o 2 … Continue reading

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Sexy?

Why is it that my eight year old is obsessed with the word sexy? He doesn’t know the true meaning of the word. He thinks it means beautiful. He keeps saying, “Ohhhh, that is soooooo sexy!” or “That flower is … Continue reading

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Don’t cha love it when…

after you’ve changed the baby’s diaper, your husband says “you kinda smell like poop.” Sexy…. Yes, very sexy!

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Conversation

Him: *beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelch!* Him: Excuse me and I’m a man so I’m aloud to that. Me: EXCUSE me? Him: *grin* This is after I had belched really loud twice before. What a double standard!

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