Friday, May 29, 2009

Roundabout


Aaron has started something new. Instead of saying something outright, he says it in a roundabout way that shows his logic and proves why what he has to say is important. For example, the other day in the car, he asked Jerry,

"Dad, are you going to drive carefully?"

Jerry responded, "Yes, I am going to drive carefully."

"Good," Aaron said, "because Grandma doesn't have her seatbelt on."

Now why didn't he just say, "Grandma doesn't have her seatbelt on!"?

Then yesterday he aske me,

"Mom, when you have a baby, do you forget things?"

"Well, yeah, you do get more forgetful when you have a baby." I
answered.

He responded, "Well, did you know you forgot...."


I'd finish the sentence, but I forget what it was that he told me I forgot!

5 comments:

Lawanda said...

I'm sorry, but I think that is SO STINKIN' CUTE!! :) and so is he! :)

Joanna said...

ROTFLOLOL!!!!! THAT'S AWESOME!

Marie said...

oh! that's interesting! and funny too that you forgot what you forgot :)

Joanna said...

Six years old. Sheesh.

Meagan said...

LOL. Thanks I needed a smile