The day after Halloween analysis from my seven year old son. I’m clearly doing a wonderful job instilling solid values in him.
My seven year old son delivered this message to his three old sister as he returned from a pre-Halloween party Sunday evening. His sister wasn’t allowed to go due to her bad behavior earlier in the day.
My seven year old son announced this on Saturday at the playground just before he demonstrated his skills on the log roll.
My seven year old son yelled this out yesterday after his 3 year old sister kicked him in the stomach.
My seven year old son made this statement as he waved his spread of playing cards in front of me. I was introducing him to the card game War. We have since moved onto Blackjack.
My seven year old son made this comment after brushing his teeth. He had a small container of floss that he was swinging around as he rattled on and on about being the floss puppet who cannot lose.
You’d swear I was making this one up, but my wife was there to hear it along with me today. We were getting out of the car this afternoon to go to the store and our seven year old, EC, asks this question out of the blue to his mom and me. Ummm… One day …
My seven year old son made this emphatic statement after re-examining the picture shown here. Mind you, he requested a caricature be drawn of he and his sister when we were in Orlando, FL earlier this summer. I guess he didn’t like the results. Everyone who has seen this picture so far agrees that it …
Ummmm…OK. I’m not sure that answered my question to my seven year old son, which was, “Do you have a lunch bag for me to put your lunch in?” I double checked that I heard him correctly. He said, “Yeah, I haven’t cleaned out my hydrogen foil yet.” I wish his teacher well this year.
EC asked this question in the car last night after hearing me tell my wife about the “Lawn Ranger” who lives close by. Even better than EC’s question was his mom’s reply, “No, that would be your dad.” I feel loved.