Wordless Wednesday- Starting Young By Jessica "Yeah, I'd like to order a small pizza, extra cheese. We'll pick it up, be there in about 10 years." There are about a million other captions that could go with this pic. What do YOU think my little man is saying? If you liked this post stop by my facebook page for more.If you liked this post stop by my facebook page for more. Comments commentsPowered by Facebook Comments
So cute! I just want to say that I’ve NEVER seen that type of wagon/train thing before and I’ve been around a lot of kids before. that is SO cool!
And do they have the pizza yet? ;-P
Hi. Just stopping in from WW. Not sure why your title stood out to me but I am so glad it did! My oldest son also has autism and our daughter was born at 27 weeks. She was 2lbs 1 oz and we were told during our pregnancy to terminate due to complications. It is truly a miracle that she is here and healthy! (Feel free to stop by and read her story on my blog. It is way too long to put here!) And although I didn’t lose her, I too consider her brother after her my rainbow baby. He was not planned or expected, but brought with him a breath of fresh air and beauty that helped bring closure to our experience with our daughter.
I look foward to following your blog and reading more about your little miracles!
So glad you stopped by, amazing the things in life that we have in common. Looking forward to reading about you on your blog.
By Word of Mouth Musings says
Women drivers – seriously, whats a guy to do?
Courtney @ The Mommy Matters says
“You wouldn’t believe what I’ve talked her into this time…”
“Hi, Mom, we miss you, can we come home now?”
I think yours is pretty good but I know I’m supposed to be the expert on these things so….
“Please set up some interviews for a new driver. I’m looking for a go-getting attitude, some enthusiasm and someone who can go faster than one mile an hour. While you’re at, check into some new cars. This plastic manual wagon train isn’t doing me any favors.”
Such an adorable pic!
JDaniel4's Mom says
I thought it was going to be about playing train. JDaniel and his friend Nathan play McDonalds. I make them pull over to eat.
“911… HELP… my sister is trying to take me away!”
Maggie S. says
“I LOVE having a big sister. She even does the playing for me. Dude, you haven’t been doing it right. What you do is….”
“Ya bro seriously, I got my sister to drive so we’ll just come pick you up. Bring yer sister though, she’s cute.”
Oh this is SO him, exactly what he would say if he could put more than two words together at a time.
Stacy Uncorked says
Oh I love it!
“Sure, I’ve got room for two more, but you better hurry before my driver notices the additional weight. Bring lots of snacks – she’ll need more fuel.”
So cute! I love when they “talk” on their phones.
Hey, baby, my chauffeur is pulling us up to your door. I’m in the tri-color limo. You can’t miss me. Kisses!
“Hewwo, broker? Sell sell sell!”
Great picture! I think your daughter might be saying, “Shoulda bought a swagger wagon.”
Ha ha! Too cute!! Love it.
I am not good with captions. 🙂
“I’ll be at the office in a minute, try to stall them. I’m stuck between two cars, and my driver’s doing the best she can!”
Galit Breen says
Maybe love you, Mama? 🙂
Mommy's Paradise says
“Hey dude, I still got enough space here and no problem, my engine is made for heavy loads like that.”
Well, if Sawyer were portraying our backseat it would be “turn Thomas up, I can’t hear it, I’ll have a hand-e-burger, chicken nuggets, milkshake with a cherry on top and a smoooothie” – even when we’re not remotely close to a McDonald’s. I love that wagon you have. All the little compartments for each kid. Genius!
“Hand-e-burger” that is so cute! Here we have the same convo every time “Do you want a cheesburger?” “No, I want a hamburger with cheese.”
Glad I’m not the only one that frequents drive-thrus.
Hello mom, yes, i think i’ve found just the right woman. I’m bringing her home to meet you now!
Oh my word – the picture is just priceless.
Hold on, let me ask my driver if she can go any faster.
Oh my goodness, that’s adorable! Whenever my kids work together it always ends terribly!
too cute! I LOVE when the kids work together as a team 🙂
If it is anything like the voice from my backseat…..”large double-double, box of 10 assorted Timbits”
is it sad that my 4 year old knows how I take my coffee at the drive thru?
d, the undomestic housewife says
Nope, it’s awesome and cute! 🙂 haha… My husband can’t even remember my coffee order, and he’s 32 and we’ve been married 3 years.
“Hey Zoe, this is your wee man Sawyer. I’ve programmed my McKenna 3000 GPS for your house. If I can get Parker off the roof, we’ll be by to pick you and your brothers up for another fast and furious play date”.
So funny, nevermind that the McKenna GPS freezes once it leaves our driveway!
What do you mean the deadline has been pushed up two weeks?!? My driver is just pulling up to the building. We will be discussing this immediately!