Do ducks get the hiccups?
(w/ whiny voice and sad face):
Mommy, I can't change the weather all by myself.
LS: I just had a sick burp.
Me: What that's?
LS: When throw up gets in the back of your throat and you swallow it.
Mommy, I liked driving in the dark to the motel.
(pointing at her Daddy's forehead wrinkles):
Daddy, what are those lines on you that mommy doesn't have?
Mommy, I want kitty babies and puppies and cows and chickies and ducklings ...and I can take care of them all (and probably others were said, just not listed).
Ewww... that truck smelled (diesel) ... like stinky bottom!
Can kangaroos fly?
Look mommy! Look! I caught my first moth!! (while holding a tall decorative tin w/ a moth in it).
Daddy, I miss you when you go to work.
I had fun going to the cabin, going to the motel and going to Dewberry Farm (an amusement farm for kids).
Weren't those baby goats SOOO CUTE!
(w/ whiny voice and sad face):
LS: Mommy, I want to be able to fly and I can't.
Me: Well, you can fly in an airplane someday.
LS: (while flapping her elbows) No, I want to fly like a bird.
Daddy, you need to fix the mower. It needs to be cleaned out.
What's a comet?
Me: It's absolutely, positively gorgeous out.
LS: Why do you say that?
Me: Because the weather is SO nice out.
LS: It's an ice cream world.
Me: Why do you say that?
LS: Because I like saying those words.
Me: Ice cream?
LS: Yeah, and when it's nice out, it's an Ice Cream World.
Mommy, we haven't made any cookies in awhile.
(LS started crying after I left her room one night from our bedtime routine~ I went back in and she said...):
I can't sleep. I'm crying. This is not my favorite part of the world.
Mommy, I cleaned my mouth with my tongue. Tongues are useful.
(after opening the house windows one AM, it was still cool out):
That cold is tickling my knees. Put them (the windows) down.
(so, upon putting a fuzzy fleece blanket on her):
Oooo, warm and cozy.
LS: Mommy, my tummy hurts.
Me: Why, what's the matter? Is it hungry?
LS: No, it wants to go somewhere else.
LS: (then proceeds to use different voice): I want to go somewhere elllllse.
LS: (then in a normal voice): It's being whiny.
(referring to her Daddy's black & white hair):
Daddy, you have sprinkles in your hair.
Grandma's a blob-o-saurus. Daddy's a blob-o-saurus. Mommy's a blob-o-saurus. I'm a T-Rex.
What's Health Insurance?
LS: I suuure do like dogs.
Me: Well, mommy and daddy do too. So it stands to reason that you would.
(Our neighbors have a hand full of cows on a 20 acre pasture which adjoins our back property line. Every now and then, we might give the the cows a bit of hay over the fence. This was said while we walked by an area that the cows had been the day before):
LS: What's that smell?
Me: (sniffing the air) It's cow poop. When we gave the cows hay yesterday, they stayed around that area to eat it and pooped while they were there.
LS: I like it.
Me: You like cow poop smell??
LS: Yeah, it smells good. (in defense... and many will say 'huh!?!'... but the smell was more of a wild grass smell than poop).
(while sitting outside our home, having a picnic lunch- LS points at my leg and says...):
Why do you have those cracks on you? (spider veins... yes... what LOVE-ly things come out of the mouths of babes).