I dedicate this blog to all parents. All loving, caring, PATIENT parents who know how to roll off the stress and tireless work that is parenting. We, the sleep-deprived sub-species, are able to survive day to day because we love our snarky ungrateful little sweeties. I would say one of the best things about being a parent is that you have the good fortune of speaking phrases you never knew existed until your children did. Case in point:
"Please stop coloring on the table with your apple."
"Spit that dog food out of your mouth!"
"Please don't park your cars on my boobs anymore, thanks."
"No, we don't pick babies up by their heads."
"Stop eating DOG FOOD!"
"Don't Pee on Dad!" (haha better him than me!)
"Is this your poop?"
"We don't eat lotion."
"We don't eat bubbles!"
"Faces aren't ticklish."
"Yucky, please don't lick the dishwasher."
"Isaac, did you pee on the stairs?"
"Do. not. bite. the. dog!"
"Sorry honey, we can't put stickers on our eyes."
And these are just some off the top of my head. I know I've said many many more things that caught me off guard as they left my mouth. Isaac has just started talking so I'm just now entering the world of our kiddo's laughable quotes and questions.