Not Smart

We were driving home from visiting the Children’s Museum in Salem. Grandma and Grandpa were following behind. We were in town and not to far from home when Dorothy noticed that Grandma and Grandpa weren’t behind us anymore.

“Daddy, Grandma and Grandpa aren’t behind us anymore.” We looked into the rearview mirror and saw her concerned face.

“It’s ok Dot, they’ll be fine,” we answered.

“But what if they don’t know where to go,” she insisted.

“I wouldn’t worry about that. Grandpa is pretty smart you know.” Daddy called back.

With out even thinking or batting an eye Dorothy shot out, “No he isn’t.”

Paul and I busted up laughing – so did Grandpa when when he found out. 😀

***

Later tonight our school is having a “Leap-day Lollapalooza” – how cool of a word is that? “Lollapalooza” – some words just make me tingle. 🙂 Anyway, happy leap-day to all of you – we will have to be sure to call and wish Paul’s nephew a happy birthday – since he only gets a call on his actual birthday once avery 4 years. 😀

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2 responses to “Not Smart

  1. Hi Julia! Sorry I haven’t written you back yet…my Jacob has a sinus infection and strep throat, so he’s been a little high maintenance lately!! Cute story…gotta love those “out of the mouths of babes” moments!!! Steph is 13 and I’m still getting some good ones out of her!!!
    ~Cindy

  2. That is just too funny!

    I just can’t get over the pictures of your little guy. He is sooooooo cute! How do you get anything done? I would just cuddle and smooch on that kid all day long. hehehe!

    I gave you an award. Come on by and find out what it is. 😉

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