“Mom!” my daughter practically yelled at me. “The cabinets are falling!” I looked at her like she was crazy. The kitchen cabinets looked just the same as always. “Yes, Mom, I used to not be able to reach the glasses and look now I can!”
On our recent trip we stayed at a hotel in Omaha for a couple of days. It’s always a bit crazy managing this many people in a small space with just the right amount of luggage. I had gone to the bathroom leaving Jason in the room with the kids. When I came out I gasped. Strewn all over the room were, ahem, all my feminine products. “Jason, where have you been?” I accused indicating the items all over the floor. I spied my one-year-old with the bag that once contained my items, grabbed it and tried to pick everything up as fast as I could. It didn’t escape the attention of my four-year-old Little Jason, however, who exclaimed, “What is that?” I ignored him and continued picking things up but heard him exclaim, “What in the world!”
As we were watching a Tim Hawkins video my one year old walked up to the screen, pointed at him, and said, “Mama!” three times! Not quite sure how to take that!