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Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Quote of the Morning

As my dude and I stood in the kitchen this morning cramming our breakfast down our throats while packing CR's lunch, brewing the perfect cappuccino, sweeping up the third bowl of Cheerios El Destructo dumped on the floor, emptying the dishwasher, making The Love Fairy's breakfast, filling the dogs' water bowl, feeding that damn goldfish CR won too many months ago at her school festival, trying to get the lil' dude to stop screaming for the Doritos bag for breakfast, and of course, checking my all-important email, The Love Fairy stomps in and says in her 4 1/2 year old screechy demanding way...

"May I please have some orange juice my servants?"

Holy shit.  

Is it that obvious?

And how in the hell does she know how to use "servants" in a sentence?

21 comments:

  1. YEEEEEEESSS! LOVE IT! Smart cookie, that one.

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  2. LOL...someone has your number!

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  3. ooohhhh, she'll make a great country club wife. it's that damn teddy bear tea you took her to...

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  4. My jaw dropped open when I read that! Servents, that is funny in a twisted sort of way.

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  5. Too many fairy tales! Those darn things are sick and twisted.

    Come on let's have a story about a wolf eating a grandma! Or better, child abuse with Hansel and Gretel. Cinderella...a servant to her wicked stepsisters (this can't help blended families).

    DOWN WITH FAIRTALES!

    Or maybe not! LOL

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  6. Wow - is your child perceptive or what?

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  7. I've threatened my husband that one day he will come home to find me wearing caterers garb.

    At least I know my place.

    Maybe some more Cinderella in the nighttime reading mix for a little servant empathy?

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  8. she's still little... give her time. the best is yet to come. i have an almost 2 page letter describing in detail how my (then) 10 year old planned to revolt against the tyranny and suppression of my husband and myself, and live by his own rule of law. if i remember correctly, the entire incident stemmed from wanting a later bedtime or something earth-shattering like that.

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  9. That's too damn funny!!
    I love it. Where do they get it from??

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  10. Awesome. Don't worry the tables will turn, soon she will be your little minion by keeping the house clean and washing your cars. Not to mention in 50 years when she has to change your incontinence diapers. Our day will come...

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  11. OMG. Too many books about princesses, huh?

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  12. HOLY HELL I just LAUGHED OUT LOUD.

    ha.


    ha.

    She'll be the one at school crying, "because no one here knows I'm a princess!!!!" sob, sob.

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  13. christ I'm still laughing............

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  14. Clearly she's got a gift. And now you must serve her.

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  15. girls are evil, sorry - CLEVER like that

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  16. next thing you know, she'll be demanding a mint on her pillow and turn down service!

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  17. That's too funny. For some reason her comment reminds me of something Mark would say. I don't know why, but I can totally see Mark saying that.

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  18. I'm with under the influence, it must have been the teddy bear tea. You'll have to arrange a coup.

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