Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Literal thinking

So I'm sitting at the computer last Sunday morning, doing my thing. I'm drinking my steaming hot coffee from my favorite mug, reading updates from my favorite blogger friends. Enjoying a few moments to myself.

The coach yells down to me from upstairs in a sing songey voice, "Oh honey, I'm in my birthday suit!!!" (You have to do it in a slow sing-songy voice!)

I laughed because I knew he was simply joking around and yelled back in same annoying, sing-song voice, "Good for you!! Have fun!!" And then went back to sipping my coffee and reading.

I snapped back into reality when I heard a loud bang, bang, bang on one of the upstairs bedroom doors, and a very excited little princess yelling...

"Daddy, I want to see your Birthday suit!!!!!!"

It was his birthday and she thought he had something special to wear!!

I blew coffee out my nose and all over the computer screen, laughing so hard!!

Obviously we still have a very literal thinker on our hands!

11 comments:

  1. So cute! Just another example of why we can't say anything in front of our kids that we don't want them to hear!

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  2. LOLOLOLOL That is hilarious! Thanks for bringing me giggles this morning! Visiting from SITS!

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  3. heh. that's pretty awesome. :)

    visiting you from SITS--have a great day!

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  4. Too funny!

    Stopping by from SITS!

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  5. That was awesome - I love kids and their literal thinking!! :)

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  6. Hahahaha, that's adorable. And poor hubs, no love on his birthday huh?

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  7. wow, life with kids makes even the simple life jokes, hilarious!

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  8. LOL, that's one for the books! {or the blog!}

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  9. That was classic! Love it!

    Stopping by from SITS!

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  10. Thanks for stopping by on my SITS day I really appreciated it! Now I'm here to spread the comment-love!

    You're hubby sounds like mine!

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  11. Coffee out the nose? Man, that had a to hurt a little.

    But worth it, I'll bet.

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