Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Forkin' A.

Tonight after dinner, Owen tried to eat a skittle with a fork.

I said to him, "You can't fork a skittle, buddy."

And then Ashley started wondering what types of things could be forked.

"Mommy, can you fork a hat? Can you fork a fan? Can you fork a bowl?"

I started to giggle.

"Can you fork a book? Can you fork a chair? Can you fork a lightbulb?"

Oh, dear God!

"Can you fork a table? Can you fork a tv? Can you fork a 'puter?"

She went on and on. I only got her to stop by saying "You should only fork your food," followed quickly by a silent prayer that she not repeat that statement at preschool tomorrow.

I know I need to stop laughing when she says stuff like this so as not to encourage it. But for fork's sake - sometimes I just can't help myself.


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16 comments:

Mary said...

Very cute. :)

Funny in My Mind said...

Forking hilarious!

Laura said...

Hehe! How funny is she?!! Love it!

Jen said...

I totally would have laughed too.

Rochelle@AFamilyofLooneys said...

Hehehe Lol sooo funny. I would have been laughing too.

Katherine said...

Kids are hilarious. My children often say things that relatively harmless, but I hope that they never say at school (or in front of their grandparents.)

Brandy@YDK said...

that's awesome.

Danae said...

We laugh at stuff like that too. Afriend of mine was a kinder teacher before becoming a mom, and she tells me that kids say all kinds of things at school too. I do not draw comfort from this. :)

gringationcancun said...

"Can your fork a 'puter?" my fave :)

wonderchris said...

That was forkin' funny!! Good one, Ashley!

Big Momma said...

I love it! Ashley is a riot. :)

MommaKiss said...

shut the fork up.

this is totally forking awesome.

Barbara Manatee said...

lol! Love it! A few weeks ago my lil guy was trying to say "shirt" but kept leaving the R out. He kept saying "Oh! Shi*t!" and "No Shi*t!"

We just kept encouraging him as we laughed along :-)

Rebecca said...

No, it's too funny not to laugh!!! Love it!

bethismyname said...

While playing with their toy power tools earlier this week, my boys repeated asked their daddy for "big wood." They wanted to pretend cut wood. So they ask daddy for "big wood."

We laughed. a lot.

Sadia said...

Love!