{Husband's Letters}

Friday, January 28, 2011


Husband's Letters: Dear Mrs. Loerke, the other morning I saw you in the window waving good-bye as I left for work. You didn't stop until I was halfway down the block. You really know how to make a guy feel loved. Dear 6 Year Old Boy, I've never heard of anyone describing pink-eye as "eye guts," but as Em would say, five points for creative use of communication. Dear Macfarlan Family, I'm not afraid to admit that I have a couple crush on you guys. You have the coolest little girl who makes Zoolander faces and your tender hearts and humor challenge me. Spending time with you guys last night was like money in the bank. Dear Queen of Charades, you come up with the most creative pantomimes. Last night you pretended to light yourself on fire and explode like a rocket into the biscuit. Where did you come from?
I love you!

Love,
Tim

The Mr. asks: What are some of the funniest things your kids have said?

HAPPY FREAKIN WEEKEND!

18 comments:

Stacy said...

Last night I was giving our little banana a bath and we were playing a rousing game of "Guess What? Chicken Butt!". I told her it was time to get washed up and she replied, "Okay mom. Then we can go downstairs and say more bad words?"

ZigZagKitty said...

I don't have children, but I've worked with kids for years...a two and a half year old (dear little Ethan who has THE cutest smile in the WHOLE world) once told me, "When I grow up, I want to be a helmet!"

nicole said...

my daughter once asked me if I wanted to have a working dog (like a seeing eye dog) so that I didn't have to wash dishes.

dede said...

My 3 yr old neice told me that if she could see a shooting star she would wish for a limousine to take all of her friends to chuckie-cheese. in my infinite wisdom, i suggested that she should wish for all the children to have a warm place to sleep, plenty to eat, and happy homes. she carefully pondered and then replied, "well, if you see a shooting star that can be your wish, i'm wishing for a limo!" (yeah, i had no reply)

amanda said...

My four-year old thought that when people said "pardon me" that they were saying something else and one night at dinner he burped and then said "Oh! Farton me!"...

and he comes out with things like that all the freaking time...kids are so funny!

Kate said...

during the holidays my little guy (2 and 1/2) was looking out his bedroom window and said, "Wow, Mommy look at all the beautiful lights in my neighbourhood." then asked, "Mommy, what is my neighbourhood?"

Anonymous said...

Last week my 5 year old daughter had static in her hair after taking her coat off. When she noticed this she looked at my husband and said, "Daddy, do I have staticus in my hair?".

Also she says "lesterday" instead of yesterday and it cracks us up everytime!

Daniela

Katie said...

I actually have a file on my computer for kid sayings. Seeing that I have four kiddos so far, I figure it's a good idea. Of course, that means I have loads of funny things I could share. Here's a few:

This was in November of 2009, when my oldest was about four and a half: Jenny was watching a movie and saw a picture of a Bible. She pointed to it and said, “That’s a Bible.”
I said, “Yes, Jenny, you’re right.”
Then she said, “That’s death.”
“Death?! What do you mean?” I asked her.
“You know, Deathleham.”

In August, I told my then nearly four year old to wash his hands. He asked if it was because he had "bad germans" on his hands. No, Elias, they're called germs.

:) I can't wait for my two littlest boys to get a little older and start filling up my file with funny things, too.

Jodi said...

When my mom asked our 4-year old daughter, "What did you learn today
in pre-school?" She replied, "We are studying the letter "H", which I really appreciate."

The Crowders said...

This past Christmas, my 3 year old opened up the pink barbie guitar she wanted. She put the guitar strap over head and begin to play. She then said, "Let's rock this party."
Little does she know she has rocked our world (in the best possible way) for 3 years now. :-)

Kelsey said...

My nephew and niece understand that aunts and uncles generally come in pairs. Well, I'm not married and neither is my sister.
For a long time we were Aunt Kelsey and Uncle Kat. :)

Elizabeth said...

Ahhhh! I love your blog! What a cool idea! :)

Aleks "OLA" Stewart said...

I want to know why Emily looks like David Penuel in the window. And why Callie makes zoolander faces.

Kate said...

Although we are not bilingual, the mister and I combined have studied a lot of spanish, and have incorporated several spanish words into our vocabulary (you know, the wacky language that couples keep). We have always said moco for boogers, and our two children say it too. A while back we were driving through McDonalds (a rare unhealthy treat), and the woman on the other end asked if we would like to try "a delicious hot mocha," a few seconds later my 2 year old said, "Momma, we don't eat mocos!!" She was so flabbergasted. It was hilarious. I was just thankful that she remembered our golden rule about fingers up the nose.

PixiePolaroid said...

when i was 6, someone asked me which size of shoes i wear. I answered, 32 or 33 and bonus 33.5 (European size);-P
My parent still laugh about it...

Chrys and Mike said...

Emily DOES look like DP in the window! I thought it, too!

Han said...

My goddaughter got a little muddled last time we saw her and I became "Auntie-hannah-uncle-chris" all in one go lol. Before that I was lady - either because she couldn't remember my name or because she didn't remember me - I'm not sure which lol.

Kristin F. said...

I'm a new reader, but LOVING the blog :).

When I was pregnant with my youngest, my four year old Ella told me that it was not fair that the baby got to go to work with me everyday. She also asked me what we would eat in Heaven and that she was worried she wouldn't like the fish. When I asked her why she thought she had to eat fish in heaven she said "Jesus is always eating fish!"

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