A while back, I shared some of the darling nuggets Nolan has said recently. Well, the list continues…
He doesn’t quite understand the concept of secrets just yet. (See also: he hides in plain sight during hide and go seek.)
Me: How was school today?
Nolan: Not good…
Me: Why? What happened??
Nolan: Well, I can’t tell you.
Me: What can’t you tell me?
Nolan: Well, I can’t tell you that I had to go sit at the table because I was playing too rough with Ethan.
Nolan: Guess where I’m going with Daddy?!?!
Me: I don’t know, where?
Nolan: I’ll give you a hint! (Now shout-whispering in my ear) THE HOCKEY RINK!!!
On this day, Nolan demonstrated why the money spent on a kids’ art class is money well-spent:
Me: What was your favorite part of art class today?
Nolan: When I ate my granola bar.
One day in art the kids used Q-tips to trace designs in their paintings.
Me: Tell Daddy about what you did today in art.
Nolan: I used ear wax to make designs!
While eating a burger, he shows that nutrition is of paramount importance to him:
Nolan: Well I’m not liking this part. (He points to the burger.) I’m just liking the ketchup, the cheese, and the bread.
Nolan: Miss Michelle doesn’t eat meat.
Me: Oh, is she a vegetarian?
Nolan: No! She’s a teacher!
Me (pointing to some guacamole): Do you want to try some of this?
Nolan: No thank you. I don’t eat broccamole.
Even at the ripe old age of four, he sometimes has trouble keeping different body parts straight.
Nolan: Why do I have this nipple on my leg?
Me: Um, excuse me?
Nolan: This nipple, here, on my leg.
Me: The word for that is freckle.