Snippets of Jabin

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Words Jabin says (because that's how he is convinced they are pronounced!):

  • "Dever mind!"
  • "Reraser"
  • "Betending" (Instead of "pretending".)
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Quotable Quotes:

"Mommy, I love girls. They're beautiful!"

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At supper, I leaned over to Jabin and asked, "Would you like me to cut that into smaller pieces?"

Without any prelude, Jabin flashed his million-dollar grin at me and replied, "And Mommy, Noah's p_n_s is bigger!"

Jason and I didn't stop laughing for about two minutes.

(I had actually overheard Jabin and Noah talking along this line earlier in the bathroom, and that conversation was even more hilarious--but I don't think that even an "innocent" conversation the likes of that one would be permissible on a family blog!)

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  1. That's hilarious... You know what's great? The outrageous comments don't stop when they're older! SO many years of p---s talk ahead of you! :D

  2. Kelly! When did you get that new blog? Looks fantastic!

    I'm bracing myself, because my gut was saying that this is only the beginning! But thanks for the "heads-up" too!

  3. I love that million-dollar grin of his. I look back at pictures I have of them all and am just amazed at his unending smiles.

  4. I just started it two or so days ago! It's fun blogging again. Oh, men do love talking about their nethers, don't they? ha ha!

  5. ....and good endorphins were abundantly flowing.....(giggle!)

  6. B-EG - God certainly seems to have given him a larger "smile reservoir" than most people!

    Rohini - You know it's coming. Just you wait! :-)

    Kelly - Yeah. What's with that?!

    Mom - Glad to keep you healthy in whatever way I can help! ;-)

  7. Too awesome.
    So sweet about the "girls are beautiful".
    Ack, they're growing up, Tea!


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