He Takes After His…

The Pickle has been under the weather the past few days, which has unfortunately only reinforced that it’s good to be sick. With all the juice he can drink, a later bed time (because he now sleeps so much during the day), and popsicles he’s still having a bit of a rough day today.

So rough, in fact, that spilling the popsicles from the freezer resulted in this outburst:

“DANG IT! This is not my day! I need a drink! Momma, will you get me some milk? In a cup. With a lid. And screw it on TIGHT because else it will spill and I can NOT handle any more messes today!”

I do not know where he got that it’s okay to get a drink after a rough day, but on that note it is happy hour down the street, so I’m off!

I Can’t See You/Me!

The Mother of the Gremlin recently dared to venture into the dreaded Lair of the Children. Upon breaching the domain, the Gremlin lept to protect his territory, while the Pickle scrambled for cover to hide himself.

And by ‘scrambled for cover to hide himself’ I mean: stood still and clapped his hands over his eyes. The MOTG gave up trying to pick her way through the minefield of Legos strategically placed at just the right angle so as to inflict the maximum amount of pain possible, and asked the Gremlin what he wanted to eat. The Pickle stood as still as possible, hands covering his eyes.

As the MOTG departed, she heard the Pickle peep out from behind his arms, “whew! I guess she didn’t see me!”

That Thing Daddies and Muties Like

“Okay Pickle what do you want for your treat?”

“I want the things that munties and daddies like!”

“You want what? Something that daddies and monkeys like?”

“Yeah! That thing that makes monkeys and daddies buddies!”

“I don’t know what those are.”

“You know, Momma! You know! Munty buddies!”

“Are you talking about ‘muddy buddies’?

“Of course Momma! And I want dem now.”

Overheard the Pickle Saying…

“Come on! Just come out, I am sitting here waiting for you! If you don’t come out of there, I will put you in time out! Come on, I have been here FOREVER! Just-! Ah, good job!”

I poked my head into his room as I didn’t think he had any friends over, but couldn’t see him. I was still standing there confused when he walked out of the bathroom

“Daddy! I poo’d!”

Am I Cool?

“So, Gremlin, am I cool?”

“Oh, momma, oh, no. Not at all.”

“What?! Why do you say that?”

“Oh, I can just tell from how you act.”

“What? Why?”

“Um, well, momma do you think you’re cool? Cause that’s all that matters.”

“Why am I not cool?”

“Momma, do you think you’re cool?”


“There, momma, that’s all that matters.”