Thursday, March 10, 2011

The Carrot Kid

Came home from church the other night and Kevin had been home with the kiddos. When I walked in the kitchen I heard a sound from the living room that took me back in time was the song "Cruel Summer". I ran to the living room to see what was on the TV, yep, you guessed it "The Karate Kid". I was so excited; I loved that movie and hadn't seen it in ages.

Now, my kids think the karate kid is Will Smith's son. Um, no, I tell them. :) Tyler jumped up and said "Mom, we are watching a movie I found on the guide and it is so great." I say, "I watched this movie over and over when I was a little girl." He replies, "You watched the 'Carrot Kid' before?"

I cracked up! He has recently figured out how to use the guide on the tv to find what he wants to watch and I guess he is hooked on phonics...karate : carrot!

I love my kids!!

Thursday, February 17, 2011

100 Cat Heads

Okay, I realize it has been 972,567 years since my last post. Who cares, Ambria is the only person who reads this anyway. :) HA

I have two funny stories courtesy of my daughters that I do not want to forget so what better way to remember than to put them on the internets for the world to see. Ha Ha, I am cracking myself up today.

Story 1:

Tuesday was the 100th day of school and Sarah brought home a little book that was all about 100. In this book, the teachers asked her three questions and recorded her answers. They are as follows:

If I had 100 friends, I would: ___play____.
If I had 100 pencils, I would: ____write____.
If I had 100 legs, I would: ____keep them____.
HA HA This kills me, she would keep them. How funny is that?

Story 2:

Watching American Idol last night, we saw a particular girl and I said to Kevin “I swear that girl is a crack head.” About 10 minutes later this same girl gets on stage to perform and Hannah, acting all grown up says: “I swear that girl is a cat head.”
I just couldn't help but to crack up and then procede to call everyone who got on stage after that a "cat head".

After writing this I am thinking telling the world that I call people crack heads in front of my small children is probably not a very nice thing. But, once again, I don't think Ambria will mind. hehe

My kids are So funny! I just love those little punks!!