Weekly Laughs |We Got the FUNK

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Weekly Laughs

Oh Dear!  What a crazy week I have had, as you have probably read :)

Well I am linking up with my friend over at The Mommyhood Chronicles for her awesome blog hop!  Check her out and grab her button!

Here goes!

1. Eyan is learning his ABC's.  It goes something like this, "A, B, C, D, E, E, G, H, I, K, Y, G, O, Q, S, V, W, X, Y, Z, now know know know A, B, C, sing, me!"  It is beyond adorable but my favorite part is when he says KYGO!  That is because it is our Country Radio Stations call letters, so he picked that one up on one of our many jam sessions in the car!!!

2. I wasn't going to include this one initially, but my kid is just being too darn cute this morning.  First when I went to pick him up out of his crib, he sang, "goodmorning, goodmorning!"  Then about 10 minutes ago he was shooting his Nerf dart gun at our curtains and the dart stuck to the curtain (they are the velcro ones).  He walked over to me and said, "Honey, Get It Please."  Oh I snatched that little monster up and kissed the heck out of him, then I got the dart.

3.  Yesterday during my evaluation, my students were learning about the Russian Imperial Family and their issue of the genetic disease hemophilia.  At some point in conversation, twins and polar bears came up.  The polar bears came up when we were discussing inbreeding and how it is important to keep a diverse gene pool so that you do not get people or animals with rare genetic diseases as frequently.  I mentioned that the Denver Zoo recently exchanged their male polar bear with one from another zoo and then I got this question, "So, what if they have sex in the pool, does that change their genes?"  My response, "Kid, a gene pool is not an actual pool full of water it is just an expression we use to represent all the available genes in a population."  The poor girl just blushed like crazy.  The second question came when the topic of twins came up.  Recently one of our teachers was a surrogate for an asian family and delivered triplets.  One of my great students asked, "So since Mrs. blahblah is white and had those Asian babies, do they look like her even though they are not her genes at all?"  The principals reaction was the best, she looked at the kid, threw her hands up and started laughing hysterically.  I giggled and said, "Not, unless they were her blood relatives would the babies possibly look like her."  Oh goodness, sometimes my students can be so funny!

4. I was very tired Wednesday morning and although I got dressed in my large closet with the lights on, I still managed to wear my bra inside out...all day.  Now that is a skill ladies!

5. I've been down a little bit lately over all this miscarriage business.  The depression has lead to a large weight loss (about 20lbs...which needed to go anyway!).  Regardless, my excitement for the week, was being able to put on my size 10 jeans and having them be too big, but also comfortable!!!  I danced around in those jeans like a giddy teenager!  Its been 3 years since those fit!

1 comment:

  1. First off, I am thinking about you. If you ever need to talk, I am here for you! Now, onto the laughs. I love reading all of them every week. Too funny, that he says the exact letters of your radio station:) lol at honey, please get it. He is just too darn cute! You have the best student stories ever:) I have to admit, I have done the bra thing too. Lastly, yah for wearing your jeans-I bet you look so cute. Have a good weekend!


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