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What kid doesn’t like candy and ice cream? The inspiration for this post came from my son, Junior. I thought it would be a fun post to add on this Friday Fun Day.
See, what had happened was, Junior caught a glimpse of MommyWurk’s earlier post, Friday Fun Day, and asked what it was all about. He then asked what MommyWurk was. After explaining that it was a blog that Mommy had started with her former co-worker, I asked him if he wanted to blog. He quickly responded, “No!” Oh well, so much for that great idea…
So, then I asked if he could write about anything, what would he write about. He immediately responded, “Candy and ice cream!” Thus, the inspiration for this afternoon’s post AND my attempt to get Junior to “write” a blog post. Here goes…
Why did you want to write about candy and ice cream? Because I like candy and ice cream. (He’s so insightful!)
What do you like about candy and ice cream? The sweetness of it. (Me too, Junior!)
Why do you like sweetness? Because it tastes good in your mouth. (Let’s go get some right now…)
How does “sweetness” taste? Sweet. (I guess I asked for that one.)
Is there anything else you would like to “write” about candy and ice cream? Noooooooo!
Why did you have to say it like that? I mean, yes. (Boys always want to please their mamas.)
What would you like to say? I mean, no. (I have to admit he gets his indecisiveness from his mama.)
Well, there you have it, Mommies. One mom’s attempt to get her 8 year old son to contribute to her blog, while watching “Phineas and Ferb” on Netflix. Bad idea? I guess it wasn’t a total bust. Kid Flash has decided that he would like to pen his own blog, “Kid Flash Adventures” on his I-Phone, no less (the one his Grandaddy gave him, after getting the I-Phone 6, against our wishes – that’s another post…). Whoops, Kid Flash just read that. His response – “Why you tellin’ all my business, about my phone. You betta not tell them my password!”
Until next time-
Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from him. (Psalm 127:3 NIV)