Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Out of the Mouth of Grayson

Grayson reads destructions, not instructions.
Grayson was supposed to be napping in our bed one day, and I let him watch cartoons until he fell asleep.  I went in to check on him, and he was still awake.  I asked him if he wasn’t going to go to sleep, and he replied, “I tried, Momma, but if I close my eyes, I can’t see the TV!” Certainly can’t argue with that logic.
The other day, Abby mentioned something about losing her voice.  Grayson misunderstood her and said, “No, Abby, you can’t lose your boys. You’re a girl, you lose your girls.  I’m a boy, I lose my boys.”  Allllllll-righty, then.
Grayson asked for a piece of candy, and then immediately said “Never mind, I don’t want to by hoppy.”  Ummm, excuse me?  “I don’t want to be hoppy, that scares me.”  Gray, do you mean hyper?  “Yeah, I don’t want to be hopper.”
Photo Jan 05, 8 40 05 AM
One of Grayson’s favorite words right now is “actulutely”… a mash-up of actually and absolutely.  He uses it in place of either word. “You are actulutely right, Momma.”  “Actulutely, I already picked up my room, Momma.”
He asked me if I had a “Haddukah”.  After much discussion, I realized he meant Hannukah, which led to an impromptu lesson on Jewish customs. He went around the rest of the day saying, “I’m not Jewish, but I can still say Hannukah.” Thank you, Special Agent Oso.
Photo Dec 20, 2 13 44 PM

1 comment:

  1. Haha, too cute! I have to admit your last quote about "haddukah" had me thinking it was going down a "hookah" track which would have been equally as hilarious.


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