Before our baby was born, my husband and I were slowly accumulating baby gear. When we got the stroller, we quickly assembled it and learned how to fold it up and unfold it. Except when we unfolded it, the dog had decided to investigate and when it POPPED open, it scared him so bad he jumped back three feet and started barking. He’s still scared of the stroller, six months later. IYAMLOL
I picked up my daughter from daycare yesterday and brought her home as usual. She’s six months old and absolutely adorable. We discovered after dinner that she had learned a new trick. My husband, being a goof, stuck his tongue out at her. She responded by doing the same and blowing a raspberry, then laughing out loud–she didn’t stop responding that way for almost an hour! IYAMLOL!
My friends have a six month old girl. One day, she kept crying here and there. They didn’t know why until they listened closely and realized she was farting before the cry each time. She was gassing herself. IYAMLOL
When I first met my mother-in-law, my then-boyfriend had warned her that I was shy. We met up at the Elks Lodge she and her husband frequented, and when we arrived some of the other lodge members were teasing her about being gullible. So, I looked at her (a retired English teacher) and said, “Do you know the word gullible isn’t in the dictionary?” She demanded the bartender get her a dictionary, and to this day tells the story every time she introduces me to anybody. IYAMLOL
When my son was about five or six, he asked me, “Mama, when I grow up, can I be an evil genius?” I said, “You’re already a genius, and no, you’re not allowed to be evil.” He thought about that for a moment and said, “But what if I accidentally turn to the Dark Side?” IYAMLOL