Saturday, May 12, 2012

A few good ones lately

1)  Adrian recently loves Snoopy comics.  One day he told me, "Mommy, too bad I can't bring them to school."  When I asked him why, he said, "Because, no peanuts allowed!"

2) I was picking up Adrian from school March break care and saw his best friend Ted on our way out.  They had been playing Lego during the day.  Since Adrian didn't bring any, Ted suggested him to bring some from home the next day.

Ted: Adrian, remember, BLT, ok?  (Bring Lego Tomorrow)
Adrian: Ok, BLT, Be Late Tomorrow, right?

3) Another in-car conversation:

Olivia: Adrian, do you like girls?
Adrian: What?!!?  NO!  I don't even think that's an appropriate question!
Olivia: Why?  It's appropriate!
Adrian: Oh, you mean do I like girls as friends!  Yes I do, I have many friends who are girls.
Olivia: But I don't think you like girls as sisters... because you are so mean to me...

4) Ho has a radio show and a friend's daughter said he must be famous and rich.  We were laughing at the comment when Adrian asked what we were talking about.
Daddy:  We were just talking about Allison's comment about daddy being famous and rich.
Adrian:  Are you famous then, daddy?
Daddy:  Of course not, far from!
Adrian: So you are not famous, and I know you are not rich.  You are at the most...  a thousandnaire.
We both laughed out loud at his word creation.
Daddy: So what are you?  A loonie-naire?

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Favourite Subjects

Daddy: Livie, which subject do you like the most at school?
Olivia: Art!
Daddy: Which one is your second favourite?
Olivia: Mmm...  Recess?

Sunday, February 19, 2012


Adrian:  Mommy, did you know that you are the best mommy in the world?
Me: Er... (before I could answer...)
Adrian:  You have to pretend that you didn't know so that you don't look like you're bragging or something.
Me: (I played along) Oh, I didnt know!  Thank you.  Why?  Is it because I look after everything for you, so you and Livie don't have to do anything?
Adrian: No, you are just nice!

Thank you Adrian.  In fact, no matter what this answer is, I'm happy.


Livie is just recovering from her strep throat.  I asked her to catch up on her homework on Sunday today, so we can still enjoy the Monday off, which is the last day of Family Day long weekend.

Olivia: Mommy, I have a suggestion!  Since it's called Family Day tomorrow, let us play Wii together.  Each one of the family takes turn to play, half an hour each.
Me: I think that's a great idea, but we'll see how much homework you can finish first.  If you can do them all, we should be able to have enough time to play Wii after we have lunch with auntie D and auntie Angel.
2 hours later, Livie has only finished one of her four worksheets.
Me: Olivia! I thought you wanted to play Wii tomorrow?  With your speed, I don't think it's possible.
Olivia: I don't care about playing Wii.  Work is more important, we should put more focus on work!