Wednesday, October 6, 2010

On the way home from the library

Miss M: Fake blood? Cool. Mom, do we have corn syrup?
Young M: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6...
Miss E: When a mommy has a baby in her tummy, she shouldn't eat sweets. This book says so.
Miss M: A working model lung!
Young M: 10, 11, 12, 13. Mom, what does 1 and 2 make?
Young A: On Venus it's hot enough to melt lead!
Young M: Mom, what is this number?
Me: I'm driving. I can't look. Ask Miss E.
Young M: Miss E, what is this?
Miss E: It's a six.
Miss M: It takes twenty four hours for your food to turn into poop.
Young A: Venus's day is longer than it's year!
Miss E: There are two words "can" that are spelled the same but mean different things!
Miss M: A nutrition balance helps you balance your nutrition.
Young M: 12, 4, 16.
Young A: Venus's day is 243 days long.
Miss M: A model hand?!
Miss E: Like "The beans are in a can." or "George can paint."
Miss M: Make your own edible cell? Mom do we have some candy the size of a gumball?

1 comment:

  1. Oh, this is great! Your children are such sponges when it comes to reading books. I must say my favorite though was Miss M's comment about poop. :)I think if I hadn't been laughing by that point that comment definitely would have done the trick.