Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Just so you know.....

Just so you know....I do NOT teach my children the F-bomb. Yes, they have learned a few H's and D's from me, to the point where Parker reprimanded me during scripture time because, earlier in the day,  I had screamed D-mit when Quinn spit a mouthful of peas out onto the carpet. 
Quinn loves trucks....do you see where I'm going with this? "Tr" sounds are just not his deal. It used to be "FRUCK", but we have now apparently dropped the "R". He just says it over and over, and in such a cute, sweet, innocent, and LOUD voice. My mom tells me that my older brother did this. She was mortified when he asked Santa for a "FRUCK" (drop the "R"). I guess it runs in the family. I know he's going to do this in Sacrament meeting...as if we aren't enough of a side show.

6 comments:

Bill said...

That's one Hell of a post, Liz!

I like the story of little Parker learning after only one "lesson" that the proper response to the van's battery dying is to quickly drop a hearty "D*%$ It!

brooke said...

Whatever Liz--you and Bill drop the f-bomb all the time at home. Actually, I don't consider D and H swear words. I don't even feel like I can get mad when my kids use them because they hear them from me so much. The scary thing is we caught Sammie calling her baby doll a "tired little be-atch" because that is what Sam calls her everynight.

Stacey said...

Two important things I learned from that post... 1) I don't feel so bad about letting D&%$it slip and 2) I am grateful Scott only got in trouble for saying 'butt' at preschool. Could have been worse...

Jensen Family said...

At least we've been warned, so now when we hear Quinn say it in Sacrament Mtg. we won't be surprised. Don't worry Anders did it too. It's actually quite common. He'll grow out of soon.

Marrdy said...

Someone in the 1st ward along time ago said exactly that!! And he too was talking about his Truck. We all silently chuckled because our kids had done that same thing at one time!

Lee,Rebekah said...

I think that is so funny! Ella used to say the "B" word, but to be honest I think we promted her by telling her say "rich". What great parents we are!