I sometimes wonder how us parents bite our tongues and control laughter when our kids say stuff? Last night, as Jevan and I were leaving to pick up Sydney at the school, Jumbo, one of my chihuahuas, is trying to jump in the truck. I don't usually take any of the dogs with us when I'm heading into town because it's too hot in the summertime to dare leave them in the truck, even for a few minutes. Anyway Jumbo is desperately trying to get in and I tell him "Down Jumbo you have to stay home." He whines a bit and mopes back to the house, and I feel guilty leaving him behind.
I say to Jevan "Darn Jumbo, I wish he wouldn't do that."
My six year old replies so seriously "Yeah Mama, those dogs are really pissing me off."
After the initial shock, he gets a stern talking to, but you wonder where the heck he picks this stuff up and make a mental note to watch my own language :)
As we are heading down the driveway all is forgotten a few minutes later when Jevan hollers "Hey Mama there's a rainbow!" I quickly grabbed my camera and caught this:
We could see the whole rainbow but there was no way I could get back far enough to take a picture of it all... and that really p*ssed me off! (I'm kidding, I'm kidding!) lol