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... and then I say,

Tuesday, December 14, 2004

"Lucas Goodyear!!!" Lucas glances at me and says, "Oh I know what it is, it's a 'puter game." Melissa at this point is desperately trying not to laugh behind the garbage bag and I am desperately trying to keep a straight face. I say, "Lucas you can't say that." He looks at me like I have ten heads. I clarify, "You say "what is it?" or "Thank You.". You don't say Hell." "Hmm."

Ok so I don't think he has a clue what I was trying to get at... but I still almost cry laughing every time I think of the story!!!

  1. Anonymous Anonymous said:

    Kids are the greatest. Every time I think about Lucas' comment I chuckle. One of those parenting moments when you know you should correct them, but can't because inside you are laughing too hard.

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