Derrick: So what do you think of Gcobisa?
Lucy: I'm just gettin' kinda T.O.'d because, I mean, she hasn't even sent me a full body shot yet.
Me: Hey Lucy, I used your toothbrush last night.
Lucy: WHAT?!? That's gross, Mom! I can't believe you used my toothbrush!
Rachel: Well, you used her stomach!
Rachel was talking to Lucy when she accidentally let out a loud toot. Rachel turned her head back, pointed at her bum, and said (to her bum), "Shhh! Be quiet. I'm trying to talk here!"
We drove through some hail on the freeway and Kaleigh asked, "Why is the rain SO ANGRY?"
This was Adam's polite and matter-of-fact way of telling me he doesn't like what I made for dinner, "Mom, I think you accidentally used the wrong ingredients."
"Mom, I'm either having a stomachache or a heart attack. I don't know which one yet."
"Mom, I have two problems with my body. One of them is the rug burns on my legs. And the other is all of these slivers in my hands."
"Mom, I need a bandaid. Or maybe a cast."
He's still charming. . .
Adam: I kinda figured that out. Yesterday.
And clever. . .
Adam (flipping a coin): I'm heads, you're houses!
Hmmmm, that does make more sense.
Adam was playing Angry Birds and yelled, "Have you heard, piggies? You're obsolete!" And then he paused. . . "Hang on, wait. Mom, what does obsolete even mean?"
Steve makes me laugh. (Even without the mustache.) He does lots of silly things, like buy 2 gallons of milk for a pancake breakfast for 200 people.
Some of the things he says are funny too. Not haha funny, like with the kids. He's funny because he is being so serious.
"I really just wish they would make an iPhone that doesn't break."
"Don't you get sick of getting the kids ready for school every morning? I mean. . . doesn't it feel like they've gone to enough school for the year?!?" (Funnier because Steve is on the school board.)
(After waking up from a five-hour nap), "Wow. I didn't think that was physically possible." (Not a regular occurrence; he hadn't gotten much sleep the two nights before.)