There is no end to the funny things that come out of children's mouths. Alex, my three and a half year old is no exception. I thought I would share some funny things he has said the past few weeks.
Scene: Alex following me around every step I go in the kitchen. Seriously - like a little shadow.
Me: Alex, can you please stop following me. Someone is going to trip and get hurt.
Alex: Mommy, am I making you totally bonkers right now?
Me: Yes honey, you are.
Alex: OK (and continues to follow me around.)
Scene: The beach lots of young ladies in bikinis walking around.
Alex: "Hey ladies!"
Scene: Alex stalking me around my computer
Alex: Mommy, it's my turn to use the computer.
Me: Alex, this is my computer. How about you go play with your blocks.
Alex: How about you play with blocks mommy. I use the computer. You can use my trains too.
Scene: Alex sitting in my lap while I type this ADEA article.
Me: Alex, what funny things have you said lately?
Alex: Well, last night I snored. That's funny.
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