Comments: Deathly Realizations

Yeah. All Wee One wants to know is how long she's going to have to wait until she gets my jewelry.

Posted by Christina at July 29, 2007 09:09 PM

holy crap! Your boys crack me up.

Posted by wRitErsbLock at July 30, 2007 07:37 AM

When I was around 10 or so, I asked mom and dad if I could have the house if they died. Not the stuff in it, just the house. go figure...

Posted by vw bug at July 30, 2007 07:40 AM

A child's world is pretty narrow. I would've voted for the t.v. over my parents when I was small. Definitely. ;)

Posted by pam at July 30, 2007 08:29 AM

I recall after WWII, when I was a wee one and toys were scarce, my cousin Rosalind received a beautiful wooden refrigerator, sink and oven with doors that opened. These were large sized so the child could stand and cook in this magnificent play world. No one I knew had ever seen or could afford such a treasure. I asked my mother why Rosalind, who by the way was a year younger, had received such a precious gift? My mother said, "It is nice gift, but remember she has no mother." My thoughts, "who cares? She has all this 'stuff'." Kids go figure...

Posted by mom at July 30, 2007 10:08 AM

Christina: At least she is waiting until you achieve room temperature. My daughter just "borrows" things. Shoes and jewelry, that is.

Posted by Peggy U at July 30, 2007 11:30 AM

My three-year-old was devasted Friday because his best (imaginary) friend, Dylan, died. (And yes, the conversation took place barreling down I-20 going 75 MPH.

Saturday, he was happily playing with (imaginary) Dylan again.

But he informed me, oh so seriously, that original Dylan was still dead; this was a new Dylan.

Should I be worried?

Posted by Jenna at July 30, 2007 12:57 PM

Maybe WE'LL move to Florida...ever think about that???

Seems like that would be the easiest path to solving all those questions.


Posted by Flam at July 30, 2007 02:01 PM

Flam- You just want that entertainment center! Heh! ;-)

Posted by Bou at July 30, 2007 04:05 PM

I remember asking my grandma 20 years ago if I could have her microwave when she died.

I don't want it now. I'm surprised the thing still works.

Posted by Sissy at July 30, 2007 06:02 PM