If I still had a smart phone I would be able to pull off to the side of the road whenever my kids say something funny or clever and tweet it right away, however until that happens again, I’m stuck making notes on pieces of paper then throwing them into a blog post entitled something like this one.
Here is the driving force behind this post;
In the car on our way up North this past weekend Ms. Urban Daddy asked the children the following question; “What do you want to be when you grow up?”
Linus responded first; “I want to be a policeman!”.
Stewie responded next; “I want to be everything!”. His justification was that if he did everything then he could do what he really liked the most and he would make a LOT of money and be famous.
I guess being “Stewie” on this successful, top-rated Canadian daddy blog is not enough.
Dream big, little man!
Berry, the youngest and last to respond said; “I want to be a poo” at which point the three kids burst into giggles. Nice! Corrupt the poor little girl.
Let the record show I’m not surprised by the boys’ choices, however I have higher expectations for my princess…
I also caught Stewie later that day calling his older brother a “Stupid ass”.
Poor Berry has decided she no longer likes to pee. Not sure if something hurts or not – I asked her a couple days ago if it hurt to pee and she said yes, it did, and when I asked he to touch where it hurt she touched he right elbow.
“Your right elbow hurts when you pee?” I asked her
“Yes!” she replied. “I hurt myself”.
Not taking that to be the only ailment, my wife took her to the doctor later that week and in the testing for symptoms, the doctor thought it would be a good idea of little Berry pee’d in the cup so they could check her urine. While that test was negative, we’re still wondering what’s going on with her, physical or psychological.
I received the update on the doctor’s appointment from mummy and baby - with some prompting from mummy to recall the details.
“I went to the Doctor, Daddy!”
“I pee’d on the doctor, Daddy”
In response to how did you get upstairs to the doctor’s office, she blurted out this;
“I went in the alligator”.
Such a proud little girl.
I would have pee’d on the doctor too if my mummy made me ride in an alligator to get there.