Tuesday, 17 April 2012

The rain...

Bucket jnr: (looking out of the window) It's p**ing it down out there.

Me: (trying not to laugh) you don't say that, you say it's raining.

Bucket jnr: Why not? What does it mean?

Me: (giving up trying to convince him not to say it) Maybe the Angels up in the clouds are having a p**.

Bucket jnr: (giggling) It's good for Daddies seeds.

Me: And the ducks.

Miss Bucket enters,

Bucket jnr: (very serious) It's p**ing down but that's good for ducks and Daddies seeds. You know why?

Miss Bucket: (giggling) no why?

Bucket jnr: Because it's wet!

It's nearly 8am, I've only had one cup of coffee and it's the start of a school day.

I love my kids - they are soooo funny.

Sam xx

I've had to amend some of my wording on here as I noticed that the traffic on my blog had shot up and I didn't understand why until I looked at the traffic sources and a certain 'p' word was being looked up. Absolutely hilarious!!!!


  1. What I love about kids is the way they say things and you are dying to laugh but darent! I think you handled that really well.

    1. Thank you, it was touch and go as so early in the morning and still half asleep. Would have replied earlier but my computer didn't like me putting comments in. Sam

  2. Kids are so funny, aren't they? My granddaughters try a few choice words sometimes and I have to look away while their mum attempts to tell them off so they can't see me laughing. As for the rain, go away! xxx

    1. It is sooo hard at times not to laugh and definitely agree with the rain.

  3. I've just found your lovely blog through Emma at The Log Cabin, I've enjoyed looking back through your past posts. Aren't kids funny? Mine are both teenagers now, but they still come out with some corkers. I just wish I'd written everything down over the years, I'm sure I'd have a bestseller on my hands.

    1. Hi Jo, thanks for reading. Mine are still young and there are some I've missed but I'm sure that there'll be plenty more. Sam