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The Ramblings of a Redneck Diva
Saturday, January 15, 2005
I have strange children
Mood:  quizzical
Topic: Kids & other noisy things
My two youngest children like to read the phone book. Here's the first problem - neither of them can read. Okay, well Sam can read about Nat the fat cat who sat on Jan and then Rags ran to Dan in the van, but that's about it. Kady is three and is not a prodigy, therefore she can't read either. Yet these two children can be entertained for hours with a phone book.

Sam is lying here in my office floor, on his tummy, propped up on his elbows, flipping through the phone book like it's a freakin' Grisham novel.

Just a few minutes ago he jumped up like he was on fire, flung the phone book in my face, pointed to the page and yells "Ronster! Ronster!" I slowly turned toward him, gave him the blankest look I possibly could, and said "I refuse to acknowledge the Scooby talk anymore, son."

"Rokay, Rom."

The Diva has spoken at 6:26 PM CST

Saturday, January 15, 2005 - 7:20 PM CST

Name: okddaylittlec

Rokay, Riva. Re're ry rot ro ralk rin Rooby-Dooby Doo ranymore.

It's much easier to speak the Scooby talk then to write the Scooby talk. So, do the kids read the small local phone book or do they prefer SWBYPs? I must know....

Sunday, January 16, 2005 - 11:22 AM CST

Name: redneck-diva

It'd be kinda funny to type an entire blog in Scooby talk, don'tcha think?

The kids really do prefer the small local phone book. SWBYPs and the big Joplin-area directory are just too hard to handle when you're 3 and 6. Pretty bulky ya know.

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