Friday, 23 August 2013

Said it Saturday Week 2 #SaidItSaturday

Week 2 of my new Saturday blog linky.  If your child has recently said something memorable, shocking, clever or great, make a note of it, blog it, and then simply hook up to link up.


Things Aaron has been saying this week:

I was peeling an orange for him the other day and he said
peel it and don't look at your pooter
He wanted my full undivided attention and I did INDEED get told off royally when I tried to steal a glance whilst peeling.  My bossy boy!

At the beginning of the week we were passing a house that had thrown out some toys but the trend round here lately is to leave them out front in case anyone else wants them.  It meant I had to wait while he downed bike and had a play.  I was impatiently infuriated whilst he went on to say:
a teddy bear and mickey mouse that's hilarious [except he pronounced it hi-lair-ious really accentuating every syllable] it did make me chuckle
A few weeks ago I had to tighten the handlebars and saddle on his balance bike and when he tried to misplace the spanner a few days later I stressed how very important it was, so this week when he stumbled across it and saw me, looking at him with it in his hand he said:
yes, very important and I gived it you for your birthday
The funniest though, had to be Monday.  We walked into town to get some supermarket bits, and we passed what he thought was a cinema.  He was hanging out of the doors begging to go in.  In his little life he has been to the cinema 3 times and loves it.  None of them looked like this one though, but my little man who's always had a lot of 6th sense, picked up on the fact that it did indeed used to be a cinema.  I explained to him that it is now a Bingo Hall and he said
I like bing-all please let me go to bing-all please [except that last please was said in a wailing voice that nearly drove me mad LOL]
That same day, whilst we were round the shops he was hanging out of one of those street furniture lottery signs that was out of a shop.  He was spinning it round and round and 2 boys who had been told NOT to do that were staring at him... For the benefit of their Mum and Granny so that they could see I was dealing with it, I said "Aaron stop it, you are acting like a hooligan!"

At the top of his voice he said:
I am not a hooli-gate!
All 3 of us adults laughed our heads off and went on to have a great chat.

He has actually said lots of quotable things today but we were outside by the paddling pool all day, and I didn't dare get my phone out to type any of them up as I did not want it getting wet.



Anyway I hope some of you are going to join in this week.  Feel free to grab the blog hop code for the bottom of your post.





Take care,

Liska xxx

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for telling me about your linky :) love the idea of it especially as Jessamy is just beginning to say the most hilarious things! She's also most definitely a hooli-gate!! x

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  2. Ha ha I get told off if I look at the laptop or phone whilst also doing something for Harry!

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  3. What a hooligate! He is hi lair ious! I love the silly things kids say!

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