Co-parenting at its best

Me: any chance you’re feeling jaunty enough to bring Dylan his DS and charger? Daphne doesn’t have mittens or a hat for Snow Day either.

And Logan deer-in-the-headlights Roberts doesn’t have a snack, although I put one out and asked him repeatedly whether he picked it up and put it in his bag. He said no but never looked in his bag. I searched the house thinking it’s in the flipping bag. It wasn’t.

When I asked why it was so hard to get a yes or no answer out of him, he said he was afraid I’d get mad. I said, “Look, I never get so mad that anybody dies.”

Yet.

Him: Go ahead, kill em. we’ve got nieces and nephews.

Ah, snow day. gloves and hats are such an easy thing to provide when you live in an area WHERE THERE’S ACTUALLY SNOW! I don’t think I have anything that fits anymore even if I could get it to her on time.

By the way, I just found a quote from Daphne and was going to put it on Pear Soup. Daphne and I were talking about how much we love each other and she said: “I love you more than 1000 centuries, more than anybody or anything like a bunny or something bigger than the whole world including China.”

Me: She keeps picking on China, like they’re the big, lumbering galoot that’s weighing the place down.

(BTW, this exchange occurred minutes after I posted this on MomBlogNetwork.com. Excellent.)

EX ETIQUETTE: Co-parenting requires communication

0 Responses to Co-parenting at its best

  1. Dr. Val January 23, 2008 at 1:19 pm #

    Mindy, your kids are just hilarious. The things they say… gosh, it’s easy to be funny when you’re merely documenting reality. Had to link to this quote today. xo V

  2. Heidi February 8, 2008 at 7:41 am #

    Laughing my socks off! Kids say the strangest, yet honest things.

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