actual conversation.

me: hey moses...did you put the paint in your mouth?
moses: nope.
me: are you sure?
moses: yep, i'm sure.
:)
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20 comments:

1 Funky Woman said...

Love it! I'll bet he didn't know he got that much on his face! So of course he said Nope!

Nancy said...

I love it....:) He is just adoarble, that little rascal.

Wendy said...

I don't see anything :D Gotta love them!

Feather said...

maybe you asked the wrong question. perhaps you should have tried this angle...
moses, did you put paint *on* your mouth?

Cortni said...

Love it! Did you show him your proof he did?

Laurie said...

That is Hilarious! Reminds of some of my conversations at home!

Abbie said...

hahahaha! ridiculous.

Cristi - 2 If By Sea said...

LOL, that's too cute!

Big Yellow Dog said...

Too funny!

Alicia said...

What do they say...Kid's say the darnedest things?! So true! My kids are always amazed that I know that they are not quite being completely truthful. Later they always say "how did you know"? I tell them it's mom's magic!
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Heather K. said...

Sooo cute! Cracking me up!

LibraryGirl62 said...

I had a Pre K kid who chewed a marker-it was everywhere!!! When asjed, she said no, she didn't shew on it, she ate it cause she was hungry! Kids are aewsome!

Amanda said...

love it. what a "fun" age!! :)

Kelley said...

Not only do I think we could be friends... I think our boys would LOVE each other!

Anonymous said...

To cute:) Elma

Shelly said...

It wasn't paint, it was your blue lipstick, right? You just don't want us to know you own some!! :-)

Ashley said...

wow Moses is getting so big! He looks so much older is this photo, he got so big overnight!! xoxox

MrsPink said...

LOVE IT! I had the same conversation with my son Cody last year. But instead of the mouth, it was the nose. Same color though. LOL. To cute!

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bloggin' Chrystal said...

As I follow your blog and watch your parenting and your children grow on this blog, I keep praying for my stay at home mom miracle. YOU make life look wonderful and remind me that parenting my precious little ones is only once in my lifetime. Thank you for hope and inspiration.

bloggin' Chrystal said...

As I follow your blog and watch your parenting and your children grow on this blog, I keep praying for my stay at home mom miracle. YOU make life look wonderful and remind me that parenting my precious little ones is only once in my lifetime. Thank you for hope and inspiration.

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