9/24/08

Melody's gems for today:

To the coach at her school:
I have a brother Charlie. He's two. Charlie used to be really cute, until he got a number.
Aren't most kids cute until they get a number? After you turn one, it's all downhill, baby.

She randomly tossed this one over her shoulder:
Tractors pull machines so that horses don't have to. I guess we don't really need horses much then, do we?
Hear that horses? You're fired.

5 comments:

Betsy said...

LOL! That is too funny!!

Cindy said...

Oh my gosh, that is funny!

Mamalicious said...

Gretchen, She is so right! Once they get a number- it's all trouble. Big time.

I love when you post your kid sayings.

Holly

Sheri said...

Looks like the kiddos are learning their mama's astute observation techniques. :-) Some of the teachers I work with pass along the treasures their students say, and it really makes your day. (Hey - I rhymed!)

However, I am thinking about posting co-workers' quotes. Out of the nine years I have been at the mercy of our nation's future and those who raise them, I have never heard such memorable one-liners. On the flip side, that whole "working in the public sector" thing kind of limits what you can blog.

Keep 'em coming!

mymilliondollarblog said...

I agree they are much cuter when they don't have a number. Cuter and way less trouble.