“Rain is kind of like pee Mommy. And poop…is like snow.”
Why is that?
“Because they both fall down.”
So how is poop like snow?
“Well, because you can break it. And it’s bigger. But some poops are smaller. Like snowflakes.”
That’s poetry Thalia.
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That was truly prolific. I forwarded this on to like 4 of my friends (okay my only friends) and they all loved it. So hilarious.
She is truly thoughtful and observant. When my daughter was about that age she told me thunder didn't make noise if it drank wine. Out of the mouths of babes.
Amothershood, that is truly genius.
You have a philosophising genius poet on your hands!
See, I never loved poetry. It all makes sense now.
I agree. True Genius. Hey, true geniuses are hard to find nowadays.
I love this! I CANNOT wait until my little man can talk. I am truly looking forward to amazing (scary) things that will come out of his mouth!
@Kane's Mom – Make sure you keep a pen and paper handy to write down the funny things he says. Also? The unusual thing you might say to him in response!
she's adorable. gotta love those special talks about poo and pee. thalia has given me a whole new perspective on the subject. take care.
Kids have such an amazing insight on things that adults tend to over look.
That made me LOL and I'm usually not much of an LOL-er. Thanks, Thalia!
And she's already embracing diversity with her colorblind outlook (snow being white, poop being … any number of colors). Genius indeed.
so cute and so true
What is it with kids and pooh?!! For another hilarious pooh story, check out http://jessicavitalis.com/category/risk/ Stop Pinching Your Sister! (Practical Parenting Tips Based on My Columbia MBA).
Haha! You can't argue with that!
good lord i'm honestly laughing my ass off out loud.
brilliant – thank you, honestly, for sharing this one!
LOL! Loved this!
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