Answers from children to the hilarious question: “honey, what is the number one thing that makes me SO weird?! (Continued from the previous page.)
My daughter said: “Dad is hairy, and mom… nothing.” I lifted my eyebrows at her and said, really? Then she said, “that. When you put your eyebrows up.”
You’re not weird. Why are you asking me that, mommy? (Some man on the internet told me to) MOMMA! Don’t listen to strange men on the internet!
My youngest daughter said ‘Because you want to live in a library’. Yes. It’s true, I would if I could.
“You’re weird because you ask questions like, are you wearing clean underwear? Who puts on dirty underwear? You ask if I brushed my teeth then smell my breath. You cut my nails when I sleep. Mom you are kinda obsessed with me. You might need a hobby.”
My daughter is 6 and replied, “nothing mom. Why your phone says to ask me? Nothing is weird about you or daddy or brother. Just the wall. The wall has a small hole.”
My seven year old looked at me very seriously and said… “Nothing. It’s just in the blood.”
My youngest said, “because I suddenly start dancing, no matter where I am.” Then she quickly added, “but don’t stop. It’s weird, but it’s fun!”
One of my five year olds chimed in, “I know! Dad’s boobies are too wobbly!”
I don’t have a small one, but my 17yr old said, “you’re weird because you talk about everything and you have no boundaries.” I’ll take being weird.
About daddy… “Because his hair looks like a popping up cheese giant.”
About mommy… “You cut your hair and you said it would grow back, but its been for-ebber and your hair is not long like it was. I liked your pretty hair why did you cut it?” Then she went on a 10 minute rant about how much she wants my hair to grow out RIGHT NOW.
Apparently she’s obsessed with our hair.
“Mama you are weird because you’re my mom! Thats all, carry on!” And he skipped off to play!