Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Laughing out Loud.

Walking from our car to our house we have to walk on the sidewalk.

I was holding Lexi's hand and Lexi grabbed Haley's hand.

Haley wanted to walk along on the edge of the curb.

Here was the conversation:

H: Mom? Am I bigger than Lexi?

M: Yes Haley.

H: Am I big enough to walk on the curb?

And seriously, as soon as she got the word "curb" out, she fall off the curb onto the road face down. And without missing a beat, she said:

H: Well, I guess I'm not big enough.

And then we laughed for about 5 minutes. And of course, Haley and Lexi had to reenact the fall for the next 10 minutes.

I love my kids.


Diane Davis said...

Priceless. I love that you document all this stuff... your kids will be so grateful when they are older.

Lyn said...

Those girls crack me up. How cute is that!!

Sarah B. said...

I love your kids...I have enjoyed getting to know Haley in the Lighthouse, she cracks me up. Good to know she knows her limits regarding sidewalks

Heidi said...

Ah - a WONDERFUL story! Although I'm sorry Haley fell down...

BTW, I am researching the boldness of your statement that Sarah Groves Christmas CD is the best ever (I'm paraphrasing here). I'm downloading it as we speak.

I will let you know if I can stand behind your claim upon the completion of my research (the statement sounds stronger if you say research like a British person. You know, short on the "re" and emphasis on "search" and make the search more with an Uh sound in the middle).

re-sUHrch. Say it with me, re-sUHrch.


I'm having trouble filling the hours...


Kinda bored.

The Unlikely Pastor's Wife said...

I think Haley and I are related. I still have a hard time with curbs.

Don said...

Yep, she has my curb genes....reminds me of the big fall I took off a curb on Kauai the first night we were there back in 03. I didn't laugh afterward though.

Funny story...such a great attitude both girls have!

Jon in HB said...

I bet Gina wishes she would have seen it. She loves watching seeing someone fall down. It is her biggest joy in life, I kid you not!