October 26, 2006

Tammi, I met Tammi!

I have been lax in getting this out because I have been a bit busy. But I wanted to shout to the world that I met another blogger! Tammi the Road Warrior. Thanks to Bou for arranging it.

Tammi is sweet and great with my kids. She listened to the s.t.u.p.i.d jokes they told. Even getting down close to Tot to try and hear his jokes. He whispers when he is shy. Ok, his voice has two volumes, very quiet or very loud... it was his very quiet volume with Tammi. ... the jokes?

Tot: knock knock
Tammi: who's there?
Tot: whisper whisper whisper (booo)
Tammi: uhhhhh

vw: Tater how about you tell the joke?

Tater: knock knock
Tammi: who's there?
Tater: Boo
Tammi: Boo who
Tater: Boohoo, why are you crying, it's a beautiful day

Tot: knock knock
Tammi: who's there?
Tot: whisper whisper whisper (chicken)
Tammi: chicken who?
Tot: Chicken in your stinky diaper

Sigh.... yaa... you could hear the stinky diaper part. Someone remind me why boys think stinky stuff is sooo funny.

Posted by vw bug at October 26, 2006 06:52 AM | TrackBack

I think it was all delightful - stinky diaper jokes and all!!! And you're boys were very charming.

I'm so glad we got to meet, but really sorry I just didn't have more time. Next time? Yep...it'll be much different!

Posted by: Tammi at October 26, 2006 07:13 AM

ha ha ha ! stinky diaper! Classic! **wipes tear from eye** I love children's jokes!

Posted by: wRitErsbLock at October 26, 2006 07:30 AM

Seriously funny stinky diaper joke, seriously funny!

Posted by: oddybobo at October 26, 2006 08:25 AM

Those were really cute. I don't get the poopy farty jokes either but my son crinkles his nose and looks so cute when he laughs that I just can't help laugh too, making him think I enjoy bathroom humor.

Posted by: michele at October 26, 2006 09:33 AM

They think they are funny... becuase they are!

What is classic is that at such a young age, the kid is just NOW THREE, he MADE UP his own joke! One he would think is funny. I don't know, but I think that is a higher order of thinking. in particular from a little boy who didn't speak for so long. I was just astounded by the thought process... it seemed very advanced.

Posted by: bou at October 26, 2006 04:23 PM