His Royal Cuteness is Tricky

Yesterday Little Red said, “Mummy, it’s Sunday today.”

 “No, sweetie,” I said, “today is Wednesday.  On Sunday we go to church.  We aren’t going to church today.”

“It’s Sunday.”

“No, it’s Wednesday today.  It’ll be Sunday in a couple of days.”

“It’s Sunday.”

“It’s Wednesday.”

“It’s Sunday.”

“It’s Wednesday.”

“It’s Sunday.”

“It’s Wednesday.”

“It’s Sunday.”

“It’s Wednesday.”

“It’s Wednesday”

“It’s Sunday.  OOPS!”

In my defense, I was driving and looking for a place I had never been before.  I was only partially paying attention to our conversation.

5 thoughts on “His Royal Cuteness is Tricky

  1. Mwa-ha-ha-haaa!! He pulled the ol’ Looney Toons way of changing your mind! That is just freakin’ awesome!!

    Love the title, btw. I used to call Aiden “His Royal Silliness”. Both work!! 🙂

  2. Isn’t it great and yet unexpected in one so young. They seem to know more than we as adults give them credit for. My kids used to do stuff like that all the time the sneeky little boogers.

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