Me: What are you doing?
Ollie: You know, I'm doing something all kids love to do.
Me: What is that?
Ollie: Tie theirselves up!
Ollie: Hey Everett...I have a present for you in my pants! [(It was, thankfully, a car.)]
Ollie: I know a game! Pull out your penis! [Potty training sure brings interesting conversations.]
While putting on church clothes...
Ollie: I'm about to be handsome. I don't want to be handsome.
Ollie: When I'm a grown up, I'm supposed to go running, but I'll choose not to go running.
Ollie: Pizza, you're so good that you earned a present. And that present is me eating you.
His latest phase is that he wants to trick us...constantly. No fewer than 20 times a day we have to pretend that he didn't do what we asked. Then we have to get pretend mad. Then we have to be pretend elated at the surprise of him really doing this thing. These are things like pretending he didn't feed Bruno (but he really did), pretending he didn't put his dishes away (but he really did), pretending he didn't get dressed (but he really did)...It's always something with kids.
Oh, a late-breaking entry. This from last night:
Ollie: What do I look like?
Me: I don't know. What?
Ollie: A dead fish out of water.
If only you could this see in action. It was a LOT funnier.
And just another cute pic.