Thursday, March 4, 2010

More Funnies

Ty is always saying something hilarious. Here are a few of his recent funny comments:

We were driving in the car a couple of weeks ago listening to primary songs, as usual. The song He's Our Bishop came on and Ty comments, "I LOVE our bishop! He's such a good guy!"

Again, we were in the car, and we passed a Big 5 sports store. Ty said, "Look, Mommy--the sports store! That's my favorite! And it's daddy's favorite, too!"

A day or two ago, he came up to me holding his stomach. He said, "I have a tummy egg. Let's make it feel better." It took me just a minute to realize he meant a tummy ache! Ha, ha!

The two of us were playing basketball on his Little Tykes hoop. I shot and scored and yelled, "Whoo Hoo!! Mamacita!" Directly after that, Ty made a basket and yelled, "Whoo Hoo! Ty Guy-cita!"

Recently Ty was pulling on the dining room curtains, which he totally knows is against the rules. Adam loudly told him to stop. Since Adam almost never raises his voice, I think it shocked Ty and hurt his feelings a little. He came into the kitchen where I was washing the dishes, with a huge pout and eyes that looked like they might spill over any second. I asked him, "Did you get in trouble?" To which he replied in a shaky voice, "I sure did."

Oh, and P.S. For those of you who wanted to know how I made my shoes, there are very simple step-by-step instructions here.


Allison said...

Thanks for the shoe link. What kind of fabric did you use? Cotton? a thicker one? And the picture on hers the top inside looks exactly even but it seems like when you fold over those fabric pieces around the top of the shoe they would be going every witch way and uneven. Did you trim yours on the top or what?

Heather said...

love your blog - and what a cute birthday celebration you had for Adam's big 29th - crazy I'm only a year away from 30 too and it makes me excited for what the 30's all bring.

Your shoes are FABulOus, and what a fun makeover...

PS I love your chair in your photo and darling throw pillow~

one of these days when we are in Colorado to visit family we will have to meet up.