#40 Saturday Top Five Laughs

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I am trying to get back into the groove of writing a Saturday Top Five Laughs post. I am still trying to find my blogging barrings after a month off, plus the holidays and so on. Without further delay let’s join The Mommyhood Chronicles for Saturday Top Five Laughs – week #40 (for us)!

5. When we were at Victoria Park Nova Scotia, our son said the water looked like root beer! ;)

4. Last week would have been Elvis Presley’s 80th birthday. I grew up listening to Elvis because my parents were Elvis fans. When I mentioned Elvis to the children, some of the younger ones asked who he was so I told them briefly who he was and then I shared a couple of music videos. As we were watching the first video, Jr., our three year old goes, “He can sing.” Just matter of factly. I forgot to tell my mom this when I was talking to her. She will get a kick out of it!

3. Jr. called a red pom pom a pimple and when I chuckled, he goes, “What’s this called again?” ;)

2. One of our son’s bemoaned, “Ohhh, I think I broke my tailbone.” Not the funny part. The next part is…A younger son responded, “But you don’t have a tail.” He said it seriously. ;)

1. The children were all reading Calvin and Hobbes…need I say more? It was fun listening to their pure-hearted laughter.

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  1. I am so glad you’re back to doing these posts. They are a lot of fun to read. I really should record some of the funny things my kids say more often.

  2. Lee says:

    Kids are hilarious! Thank you for sharing, I’ll be coming back for more. “You don’t have a tail..” ;)


  3. mel says:

    Yah so glad when you link up! Love reading your laughs! Haha on calling it a pimple. Oh Nova Scotia, totally jealous except for the root beer water-LOL!!

  4. Jeannette says:

    Ahhhhh….I remember Calvin and Hobbes – good for quite a few laughs. Thanks for the light hearted post!

  5. Cat Davis says:

    Those are pretty funny. I wish I could remember every single funny thing my kids have done. I should probably start blogging them like that!

  6. Crystal says:

    Ohhh, Calvin & Hobbes! I don’t know if my kids have ever read any of those. I’ll have to share those with them. I’m sure they’ll be a hit.

  7. Crystal says:

    Kids are funny! I used to write down all of my kids’ funny things, but got out of that habit. I should really start up again. And my mom was a big Elvis fan, too.

  8. Avry says:

    The tailbone comment made me laugh! That is too cute.

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