This is technically the second post like this because I previously posted about the Cheeto and the Spider (just didn't call it "funny shit my son says").
Regardless, AJ is pretty damn funny.
The other night I was up in my room watching a TV show when, close to bedtime, AJ walks in, clearly upset.
ME: Hey little man, what's up?
AJ: Mommy, I can't find my sound sort homework ANYWHERE!
ME: What? Why are you worried about your homework right now?
AJ: Because I really have to do that one with the /t/ /th/ sounds.
ME: But sweetie, that one was from last week. You have a new one with /c/ /h/ and /ch/ sounds for this week.
AJ: But I just can't find it! You didn't throw it away did you? I'm supposed to do it! Mrs. V wants me to!
ME: OK, calm down. No, I didn't throw it away.
AJ: Well then *starting to cry* WHERE IS IT??
ME: *sigh* I'm pretty sure it's on the table. I promise I'll find it. CHILL OUT.
AJ: NOW, Mommy! PLEASE! *sniffle*
So we head downstairs, I locate the missing homework and all is right with the world.
A little while later we are upstairs to get the kids into bed. AJ is lying in his bed and both Mark and Camryn are sitting there, all three talking about something, when I walk in.
I don't know what they're talking about and don't care. I crack the whip: "Bedtime!"
So Camryn leans over and kisses AJ on the forehead and says, "I love you, AJ".
To which he replies, "I hate you."
Awhile later as Mark and I are watching TV I, forgetting about the "I hate you" moment, start gushing about how good of a little student AJ is becoming and how sweet I think he is to worry about his schoolwork so much.
Mark agrees, and points out how sweet Camryn is too because of how she kissed AJ and said she loves him at bedtime.
Total moment of parental pride, right?
So I ask, "Well did you hear AJ's response?" He says he didn't.
I tell Mark that AJ said "I hate you".
Mark starts laughing and I'm all, "What?"
I guess my brain wasn't firing on all synapses because I wasn't getting the irony.
Mark goes, "Oh yeah, AJ is so sweet! One minute he's all emotional about his homework and the next he hates his sister."
We both start cracking up!
And it's all downhill from there. We start dissecting the Jekyll and Hyde intricacies of our son, sweet vs. evil, and we're laughing so hard we can hardly breathe!
So then I go, "I'm gonna have to blog about this."
Now it's you're turn!
Bring me your happy, funny, special....
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