Monday, March 8, 2010

Don't Ask the Question Unless You Really Want the Answer

My daughter and I slipped out of our pew in the middle of church service yesterday to head towards the lobby. Just as we were exiting the auditorium, a well-intentioned man smiled at my 3-year-old and whispered jokingly, "Are you leaving already?!"

My daughter didn't break her stride as she shot back, loud and clear as a bell, "I have to go poopy!"

I'm a toddler and
I tell it like it is




Dinner last night: southwest chicken over rice, pineapple upside-down cake



5 comments:

Quadmama said...

Toddlers. They're so honest.

Michelle Hoad said...

Actually, I tell my husband that all the time. Don't ask if you don't want me to tell you the truth. He usually shuts up at that point.

Dianna@KennedyAdventures said...

Yeah, baby! I know you wanted to crawl into a hole, but honestly, I would have fallen over, laughing, if I had been there!

JoeyRes said...

He asked. She's cute enough to pull that off too!

glitzen said...

HAHAHAHAHA! I would just die. I even taught my children to say they have to go "big potty" so they would never say poop in public. Yeah, that's silly...you go ahead and laugh church pooper you. :)