Son’s questions continue to pummel fatigued father

This gave me a good giggle, I think everyone needs a good giggle to the exasperations by our loveable kids

Holding together the jello

If I had a dime for every question my son has asked me over the years, I can assure you that Bill Gates would no longer be the richest man in the world.

Here’s another sampling of what’s been on my son’s mind in recent weeks.

My son is never short on questions. My son is never short on questions.

“When you were growing up, did YouTube only show videos in black and white?” Yes, that’s true. And our smart phones had rotary dial, too. Man, was it ever hard to send a text!

“What’s the difference in first degree and second degree murder?” Um, why do you want to know.

“Do they have the death penalty in Arkansas”? I’m not sure I like where this is going . . .

“Who has the worst team in college basketball? Uhhhhhhh, I’m sure that I have no idea . . .

“How does a whoopee cushions work?” Uhhhhh. Am I…

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  4 comments for “Son’s questions continue to pummel fatigued father

  1. March 18, 2014 at 3:23 AM

    As a mom one should be wise on every question the children ask, the most important thing is honesty, we must never tell a lie for they will grow up and by and by,they will judge us whether we are aliar or not. Good writes for you,and warm greet from Surabaya,Indonesia


    • March 18, 2014 at 6:48 AM

      Warm greetings back and yes we should always try to be honest there are some exceptions like the tooth fairy and times we protect by not telling the while truth. Lovely that you commented I hope you pop by again xx


      • March 18, 2014 at 2:51 PM

        Thanks for the reply, I personally appreciate all things which you have written in your blog, it is entertaining and add me knowledge about anything in your home and family thousand miles from here, and lovelly to get in touch wirh you, would you mind my knowing you and familly more?I also intend to increase my English as my second language, I still feel my english is bad.but I speak Indonesian. Thanks


        • March 18, 2014 at 3:07 PM

          I’m glad you like my blog and am sure you will find plenty of people here to chat to aswell or on the general wp blogosphere it’s a great place to practise your English x


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