Their wit and wisdom never grows old. I love their honesty and hearing exactly what they are thinking. Can they please stay little?!
Ethan: She may be your daughter, but she is our baby.
Standing next to the car.
Kolbe: Mom take a picture, I look like a model.
Giving me his wish list for his birthday.
E: Can I please have a safety cup like daddy, so I don’t get hit in the bad spot?
Explaining to the boys what hiking is.
K: Did you ever go hiking?
Me: Yes, on our honeymoon we went hiking up some big mountains.
K: I am never getting married, I don’t ever want to have to go hiking!
E: Mom are the doors all locked.
Me: Yes, they should be.
E: Okay good, because I just heard it thunder.
Reviewing some school work at dinner.
Me: What is an animal that only eats meat?
Aaron: What is an animal that eats ants?
Getting ready to head out the door.
E: Do you have your dolly dressed yet?
Walking through a cemetery and seeing a tombstone with pictures of a baseball bat, glove and ball on it.
K: Someday I am going to have a big trophy like that!!
Watching Ethan fill a gift bag with toys and a children’s Bible.
Me: Hey, buddy what are you going to do with that?
E: I am going to deliver this to the first kid I see outside who might not have any toys. And they also get a book so they can learn about Jesus.
Grace crying from her crib for 5 seconds.
K: Mom, do you not like babies or what?
After hearing the door slam (while Grace was napping) and going to investigate.
E: Everything is fine, everyone is okay, you don’t have to worry and Gracie is still sleeping.
K: Mom you are not a football player, you do not need to wear sticky pants.
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