My six year old son’s response the other night during trick or treat when I reminded him that he got “lost” a couple of years ago when he went too far ahead of me during trick or treat.
My six year old son’s commentary on why his two year old sister should not lean up against the window screen and fall out.
My six year old son greeted me being back home this morning with this tidbit.
My six year old son’s comment to his two year old sister right after dinner tonight.
My six year old son’s reply to me this morning after I told his two year old sister that I didn’t understand what she was saying.
My six year old son’s response a couple days ago to my question of, “How do you know aliens aren’t real?”
My, then five year old, son’s response to his Grandfather’s offer of a cup of coffee. To begin to understand this one, you’d have to have seen the Will Ferrell movie Kicking and Screaming.
My six year old son made this statement several months ago when he offered his two year old sister some Skittles.
My six year old son, Ethan (EC), spontaneously explains to me how he’s able to play a Nintendo DS game that requires so much reading when he’s not able to read many of the words yet.
“EC” is my six year old son, Ethan. He produces no shortage of memorable quotes. This latest one came after Ethan requested and then ate a piece of toast with honey on it.