They say laughter is good medicine. And I think kids write the best prescriptions….
This week I’m thankful for the things my kids have done and said that made me laugh.
My daughter was hard at work at the kitchen table. “How do you spell ‘slippery’?” she asked.
I carefully spelled it for her.
Then she asked how to spell ‘floor.’ By then she had my interest.
“What are you doing?” I asked.
Turns out she was making a sign for the floor. She had spilled some water, and evidently to a 5 year-old it is easier to make a detailed sign to let people know the floor is wet than to wipe it up with a towel.
Got to love it.
Then there is my son. Daddy was helping him back into his clothes for bedtime, and he said, “I need my funderwear.”
It sounded a lot like “fun to wear,” and you know, with superheroes all over them, I bet they are fun to wear. (I see a great marketing thing here, if someone wants to jump on it, we just want a little cut for the 3 year-old’s college fund…)
What funny things have your kids said or done this week? I’d love to hear about it in the comments!
And, as always, if you have your own thankful post this week, be sure to link it up with us! I love to see the list grow!
Shared on these great blogs: Black Tag Diaries, The Fontenot Four, Six by the Bay