Happy Mother’s Day from the preschool

The kids at H’s preschool made dishtowels with their hand prints on them for Mother’s Day.  Which is awesome, because I am more interested than normal in dishtowels.

The teachers transcribed each child’s description of their favorite food their mother makes (never-mind that Brad is way better in the kitchen).  Here’s H’s, “Chicken Noodle Soup.  My mom puts it on the stove.  She adds carrots and then chicken but not real chicken.  It is similar to chicken.  Then she adds the noodles.”

Man, he makes me sound like such a freak sometimes, using only a chicken approximation.  Also, “similar” is my very favorite grown-up word that H uses.  It cracks me up every single time.


About sayingthings

K lives in the US with her man and kiddos, knits, cans, dehydrates, bakes bread, (but doesn't cook regular food, particularly), crochets, spins, gardens, studies for a degree that never seems to end, and um, works. Sometimes she wastes time online. Also -- and family, she's looking at you here -- sometimes she swears and says things you might not agree with. But she still loves you.

Posted on May 8, 2009, in Fambly. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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