Boy #2: I need my rest so I am not crazy in the head tomorrow.
Boy #1: Bricks and stones won't break my bones, but words will hurt me. What he meant was "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me. " I think he is on to something, words can be VERY hurtful.
Conversation on the way home from school:
Boy #1: Mom, what happens if you walk through a rainbow?
Boy #2: No mom, you're wrong. When you walk through a rainbow your body and clothes turn into the colors of the rainbow and then when you walk out you are back to normal.
Bathroom tooth brushing conversation:
Boy #2: Mom, do you know what my favorite part of my body is?
Me: Huh? (that's all I could muster with a mouth full of toothpaste and a toothbrush)
Boy #2: I like the space behind my ears, they are like little rooms. You could probably fit a crib there.
Me: Hmmmmm........(again, mouth full)
When we get in the truck we have a tendency to play a game called "Chub". This is the same game we played as kids without the hitting....aka "Slug Bug". So the same rules apply, but no hitting. They call the color and the car then they get a point. IE - Silver Chub....you get the point.
Boy #1 and Boy#2: Red Chub (almost simultaneously - Boy #2 got the point, he was quicker to call it)
Boy #1: I get that point!
Boy #2: Sorry Bro, I called it a bit sooner than you.
I found this funny, Sorry Bro, coming out of the mouth of a 6 year old. The things they pick up when they aren't at home.
Me: Boy #2, I want you to go into your room (he shares it with his 2 brothers) and find clothes on the floor that belong to you and put them away.
Boy#2: Mom, you're breaking my heart right now.
He is so funny, the expression on his face looked as if his heart was truly breaking. Funny boy!