I'm known in my family for not being much of a cook. One day my 2-year-old daughter, Brianna, and I were at a family gathering at my mother's house. We were all in the kitchen when the microwave ringer dinged. Brianna shouted "DINNER!"
I was out for a walk with my 3-year-old daughter, Emily, and my 1-year-old son, Alex. I needed to stop by our local sporting-goods store to get some information, but I didn't have any money with me. So I warned Emily not to ask for anything from the candy machine. While I was talking to a sales assistant, Emily walked up to a customer and said, "Can you buy me some candy? Mom has no money."
TAKE A HINT
My 2-year-old daughter, Megan was playing peek-a-boo. When she covered her face with her hands, my husband and I said, "Where's Megan? Does anyone see Megan?" After a few minutes we heard her say, "Hey guys, I'll give you a hint, I'm hiding behind my hands."
My 2-year-old twin daughters, Ashlyn and Ainsley, were giving their Uncle Ryan 'checkups' with their doctor kits. Ryan asked, " Am I in good shape?" With a straight face, Ashlyn quickly replied, "Yep, You're a triangle!"
Jacob, 2-year-old, noticed a picture of our family on the wall one day. He exclaimed, "That's me, Jacob!" Then he continued, "There's you Mommy. And there is your friend Daddy!"
COAT OF ALARMS
We were swimming with my 3-year-old daughter, Abby, on a family vacation. When my brother, Carol, who is rather hairy, started to get into the pool, Abby yelled, "Stop Uncle Carl! You're going to get your fur all wet!"
We were visiting a ranch where children were lined up to ride the horses. My 6-year-old daughter Ally, was trying to decide which horse she wanted to go on. She suddenly pointed to the smallest one. "I want to ride that horse, Mom," Ally explained, "because I can reach the pedals."