They Don’t Call Her ‘Grace’ For Nothin’
We had Sunday lunch with some friends yesterday. On the way home, one of the three boys blessed us with an unpleasant aroma in the Suburban. Here’s the conversation:
Baby Girl: Would whoever is fartin’ stop it!?
The Preacher: DAUGHTER! Could you be a little more lady-like?
Baby Girl: Would whoever is fartin’ PLEASE stop it!?
Don’t forget about me when the Loser Mom of the Year nominations roll around. You can enter me in the “Her Kids are Potty Mouths” category. :)
i found your site through someone else’s – i can’t even remember at this point. :) but your story is cute and your daughter sounds like a peach! your site is great and i plan to visit often. thanks for sharing!
That sounds like my girls. They are so offended when their brother lets one loose. Thanks for sharing! Blessings to you!
That is hilarious! Tell her even when boys grow up, they are still disgusting!!!
Oh, my! That is a riot! Your hubby’s reaction cracked me up and her response…priceless.
Thanks so much, Lisa, for your wonderful comments and prayers! You are truly a blessing!
Roflol! that happens at your house to? So funny!
Poor girl! My kid almost puked on her at lunch then she has to smell her stinky brothers on the way home! She had a rough day!
Sounds like my little girl!
Cute story and very nice blog. I love the design.
We have had the same conversation in our Suburban many times. My oldest daughter still does not understand why she couldn’t only have sisters. As she says, they have much better personal hygeine. lol.
Oh, let’s just call it as it is, shall we? :) Really, not to sound like a George Carlin bit, but “passing gas”, “tooting”, and my personal favorite, “fluffing”. They’re all just as silly as “fart”, aren’t they?
Sign me: Too much time on her hands in WA. :)
You crack me up, Lisa. I think that is so cute :)…
Blessings to you and yours.
This is HILARIOUS!! I had to show my Mom and she was rollin’ too. Thanks for dropping by my blog the other day. Don’t feel bad about Easter pics. My battery had died so I had to borrow my Mom’s camera (LOL). I wasn’t as prepared for Easter myself. But we had a great day at church and with family.
Have a blessed day!!
Oh, Lisa. I am howling through tears. This is too funny!