Thoughts from a domestic engineer
Maybe he means like DHARMA? Is your Dad named Greg? Have you been exposing your helpless, innocent child to cheeseball sitcom re-runs?
Well that pottymouth thing must run through the whole fam damily!
Elastic: No, we don't watch sitcoms--not even the reruns. And my dad's name is Calvin. Doesn't even sound close to Greg. Nice try, though. This boy calls my dad Drampa.Compulsive: So far, it's just me, Phil, and T--. A-- is reformed now and always gets mad when he hears me swear. It's very entertaining.
LOL!!! I found you from, oh, I don't know where. Your title and name intrigued me. I LOVE YOUR BLOG!!!
My older daughter did that, too! She'd call herself a bid doh (big girl), as well. It's so sad when they lose those cute "baby" ways of communicating. You need to get him on video screaming for DAM-MA!!!
Well !!! what a lovly blog,would like to come back for morewish you wellzingtrial
Sounds like a bond stronger than blood.
We were at the parade today and after the tossing of candy, my oldest son read one of the Laffy Taffy jokes to my wife. I do not remeber the question that was asked, but it had something to do with stopping the flow of water...without thinking my wife blurted out, "Dam it". I just burst out laughing and my oldest piped up and asked, "What does dam it mean?" We both had a good chuckle.
I Love It!But then, you all know I"m a bit strange.
What did the fish say when it swam into a wall? "Dam."What did the wall say? "Dumb bass."Sorry, couldn't resist. This story reminds me of one of your other kids quoting mommy (almost)..."Sit sit sit...." :-)
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