Monday, January 23, 2012

Never a dull moment




Max came into my office while I was working and started making a very annoying noise.
When I asked him to please stop, he said "I'll stop if you say a big word"
So naturally I said......

"A big word"

"No!" he replied, "I meant a big word like discombobulated or something like that!"

Discombobulated?


???????????????


Last night, Aaron showed me a picture he had created on the computer.

(chocolate + mom = happy mom)

What can I say, my kid understands me.

I told him that he should add some Diet Dr Pepper, because combined with chocolate, that would make me even happier!

A few minutes later, he comes back with this.





I'm not sure if the addition of the delicious diet drink made me insanely happy, or just insane. It certainly appeared to have caused me to lose a bit of hair.


I told him that it would be awesome if he could give me a little more hair and while he was at it, he could give me a nice pair of shoes.




Yep, that's much better :)

10 comments:

christina said...

Love max -- Just make it a diet pepsi and that picture could be me :)

Jessica G. said...

I dunno…I think that last one makes you look a little bloated.

Just SO said...

Okay Jessica's comment made me laugh!

That and the pictures are fabulous. The shoes and hair are to die for. That's one accommodating kid you have there.

Karen said...

I LOVE the picture of you after you got your Dr. Pepper!!

middle child said...

Enjoy these fun times. I miss them so much!

LisAway said...

Your kids are great. And every kid Max's age insist their parents say big words. And say the word discombobulated themselves.

Mom of 12 said...

Don't ask for two much realism...the last picture I got showed me with much bigger hips than I was thinking I had.
Sandy

Debbie / Cranberry Fries said...

Haha Thats fantastic!

Common Household Mom said...

Great drawings! 'Discombobulated' was my daughter's favorite word. She would say, "I can even spell it with my hands behind my back!"

Vern said...

He's so accommodating!