Since turning two in March, Harrison seems to have made it his mission to make us laugh. He does it all of the time. Nothing makes him happier than to get a good chuckle out of us.
You know, with kids, sometimes, you ask them all sorts of questions just to get them to talk to you. Here is a sampling of questions and answers that occur at our house on a daily basis
- What color do you want to paint the bathroom? You know you and the baby are going to share it for a very long time. Pink! No way, I don't like the color pink. Plus, that is a terrible choice for a wall. Choose again. Orange! Never mind.
- Where do you want to go today? Wal-Mart! Absolutely not. That place makes mom crazy. Chick-fil-A. Milkshake. Mine. Ice Cream. Drive-Thru. No, inside. No, drive-thru. No, inside. No, eat on porch. (all of that streaming in 15 seconds). Ugh, let's just go to Wal-Mart. That seems easier.
- Harrison, what do you say, when mommy says "Thank You?" My pleasure. (so cheesy... I know). Later that afternoon, Harrison tooted and said, "My pleasure" afterwards. I think he may have mistaken "My Pleasure" for "excuse me." We are trying to correct that immediately.
- Harrison routinely points to his belly and says, "Baby, My Belly." The other day, he asked his Nana if she had a baby in her belly and then proceeded to say, "cut it out." I promise we have never mentioned the idea of cutting a baby out of a belly. Just like we never mentioned buying a baby at Wal-Mart. I have no idea where he comes up with this stuff.
- Harrison, would you like some water to drink? Juice. I need it now. Again, no idea where he learned the idea of needing juice, or for that fact, needing anything at all.