finding magic in everyday life
Oh, how I wish those little ones weren't quite so literal.
I shouldn't laugh, but I did.
He's very much into make believe these days. I'm hoping that he wasn't serious. Not long before the cat incident, he'd told us that his "pretend pet rabbit died and he was sad." Which is kind of ironic since I had a bunch of rabbits when I was a kid, and I thought they were my pets. I was grown before my grandma outed my dad and told me I ate one of them. Guess Max and his papa share the theory on eating other people's pets!
Oh - my - gosh!!!! I had pet rabbits too! I would probably cry for days if I ever got this news! Humph!
Hard to argue with that kind of logic. I think that's why parents so often resort to "Because I said so."
That's come out of my mouth a few times lately. And you know what? It felt good.
That? Is actually pretty awesome. He's a clever boy!
Thanks. Of course, if anyone even thought about harming his pretend cat Stinky, he'd have plans for them.